Sports Supply Co. can’t dodge Dick’s Burst Ball Suit decision



By Max Jaeger (Sept. 7, 2021, 5:49 p.m. EDT) – Sports equipment maker cannot escape Pennsylvania court ruling three years ago after waiving arbitration and failing to raise defenses of basis in a case related to an exercise ball, found a state appeals court.

Dick’s Sporting Goods sued Dalps & Leisure Products Supply Corp., the maker of an allegedly defective exercise ball sold to Dick’s, in 2015, seeking coverage from Dalps’ insurer, the Insurance Company of people of China, to defend themselves against a claim for damages brought by Donald Royce, who was allegedly injured with the ball.

Despite years of litigation, Dalps waited after legal sanctions and a …

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