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A recent Victorian Supreme Court case has clarified the impact of Commonwealth insolvency set-off provisions on State-based security of payments legislation. The case demonstrates that although a principal is generally...more
It might seem uncontroversial that the members of a limited liability company cannot follow with a personal lawsuit for injuries after their LLC litigates, and loses, claims based on the same issues. But it took the Business...more
There's no expression when speaking of football players to recognize a performance that hits three exceptional marks (like a hat trick in hockey or a triple double in basketball or the triple crown in baseball). Maybe there...more
In “what appears to be an issue of first impression, not only in California, but in the entire country,” the California Court of Appeal in Series AGI West Linn of Appian Group Investors De LLC v. Eves (June 14, 2013)...more
Recently, the Arizona Court of Appeals determined that under the 2010 Arizona Revised Uniform Arbitration Act, A.R.S. §12-3001, et seq. (the AZ-RUAA), a contractual agreement to arbitrate extends to: (i) arbitration of claims...more
In this memorandum opinion, the Court of Chancery reinforced the internal affairs doctrine while dismissing a complaint brought by Microsoft Corporation in connection with the restructuring of Vadem, Ltd., a computer...more
The Federal Court of Appeal has once again affirmed the importance of Generally Accepted Account Principles (GAAP) in computing liability for the large corporation tax (LCT) applicable prior to 2006 while rejecting the...more
The Maryland Court of Special Appeals has recognized a cause of action by individual condominium unit owners where the council of unit owners has failed to take timely legal action against the project’s developer to address...more
In my prior articles I’ve reviewed the dramatic changes in the law of late, where New Jersey courts have applied the New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act (“CFA”) in any number of circumstances beyond the consumer context. Opinions...more
Recently the North Carolina Court of Appeals in White v. Collins Building, Inc. et al., addressed the issue of whether a homeowner has a negligence claim against its builder’s principal when the builder was a corporation. The...more
Although the tactic does not receive much publicity, the filing of an involuntary bankruptcy petition against a business debtor can be an effective collection tool under the right circumstances. Learn the requirements and...more
Are you wondering whether Court or Arbitration should be made a standard part of your construction contracts? With apologies in advance to The Clash, there is "trouble" to be found in either venue. This article discusses the...more
I’m sometimes asked if the percentage of “fault” is something that a client can rely on to reduce the amount of money they may owe on construction project gone bad. The short answer: no. Unlike in many other...more
If you work on a North Carolina construction project, you, too, are in "the whole hog" if you are negligent. That is, if you are negligent at all, you are on the hook for the full lot. While generally, joint tort-feasors...more
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