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ERISA § 502(c)(1) Claim for Statutory Penalties is Barred by One-Year Statute of Limitations, Second Circuit Holds

Deciding an issue of first impression, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit recently held that a plaintiff’s claim under ERISA § 502(c)(1) was barred by Connecticut’s one-year statute of limitations for an action...more

Connecticut Supreme Court Upholds Jurisdiction of Arbitration Panel for Claims Arising on Public Works Construction

The Connecticut Supreme Court recently issued an important decision confirming the rights of design professionals, construction managers, and contractors to assert claims under contracts with the state. The decision also...more

Termination for Convenience Contract Provision Retains Responsibility for Liquidated Damages

Most construction contracts between an owner and prime contractor provide the owner with the right to terminate the contract for cause or for convenience. In an important decision released in early April, the Connecticut...more

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