BOWMAN V. SUNOCO INC.: PRESERVING THE VALIDITY OF EXCULPATORY CLAUSES WITHIN EMPLOYMENT CONTRACTS IN PENNSYLANIA

MICHAEL WINSKO

In Bowman v. Sunoco, Inc., the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania interpreted a section of the Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Act and analyzed the enforceability of third party exculpatory clauses that were signed in consideration for employment. This case note examines the effects of enforcing third-party exculpatory clauses against an employee.

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