Chinese Drywall Remediation Redux

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Christopher G. Hill, LEED AP and Virginia construction lawyer discusses the latest in the Chinese drywall/insurance litigation in the Eastern District of Virginia federal court. He discusses how Dragas managed to avoid a motion to dismiss its claims related to proactive action to remedy construction defects. Contractors and subcontractors should take note of these issues. A victory for common sense and proper pleading in construction litigation.

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