In Ashdale v. Guidi Homes, Inc., the appellants appealed from the trial court’s order, which granted in part and denied in part their motion for summary judgment. The appellees filed an application to quash the appeal. The Pennsylvania Superior Court quashed the appeal. The Court cited Calabretta v. Guidi Homes, Inc., 241 A.3d 436 (Pa. Super. Ct. 2020), and ruled that the trial court’s order was not a collateral order because it involved a question of fact that was not separable from the main cause of action. Therefore, under the collateral order doctrine, the Court lacked jurisdiction to review the order.