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Amount of Advertising in a County by a Defendant Does Not Support Venue; Transfer of Venue Granted

In the case of Wyszynski v. Greenwood Gaming & Entertainment, Inc., 2017 Pa. Super. 108 (Pa. Super. April 17, 2017) (Op. by Ransom, J.), the Pennsylvania Superior Court ruled that a trial court did not abuse its discretion of transferring a slip and fall case from Philadelphia County to Bucks County under the case presented. According to the Opinion, the Defendant’s registered office and principal place of business was in Bucks County and the cause of action occurred in Bucks County.
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