Civil Procedure - Subject Matter Jurisdiction

Summary of Pennsylvania Decisions

Roman v. McGuire Memorial , 2015 PA Super 232 (November 9, 2015)

Holding: Because subject matter jurisdiction is non - waivable and can be raised by a court sua sponte , or by a party at any time, a defendant ’ s failure to file a post - trial motion does not preclude it from raising the propriety of subject matter at any time during the ensuing proceedings.