The 2016/2017 Term of the Court of Appeals ended “not with a bang but a whimper” — that is to say, without any “blockbuster” rulings.
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The decisions of the last several months ran the gamut of civil litigation claims — from promissory estoppel; the damage element of a fraudulent inducement claim; New York jurisdiction to resolve a dispute over an oral agreement made in Spain; whether or not a claim under a liability policy covered “an additional insured”;...
Authored by Darren Rowles and Scott Cahalan A contractor’s ability to recover on a claim may turn on whether the contractor provided timely notice of the claim to the project owner. Claim notice requirements in contracts are “…legal and binding on the parties in the absence of special circumstances, such as waiver or estoppel.”[i] Claim… Read more
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