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Eastern District of Pennsylvania Distinguishes Bilt-Rite in Dispute Involving Information Provided to Designers by Remedial...

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Elliott-Lewis Corp. v. Skanksa USA Bldg., Inc., 2016 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 59406 (E.D.Pa. May 4, 2016) - The Federal District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania held that the narrow exception to the economic loss...more

Weekly Law Resume - January 31, 2013: Construction Defects Premised on Negligent Design Theory

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Beacon Residential Community Association v. Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, LLP Court of Appeal, First District (December 13, 2012) The First Appellate District reversed a judgment in favor of design professionals and...more

Weekly Law Resume - November 22, 2012: Construction Defect - The “Completed and Accepted” Doctrine and Architects’ Liability”

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Neiman v. Leo A. Daly Co. COURT OF APPEAL, SECOND DISTRICT (October 30, 2012) The “completed and accepted” doctrine prevents contractors from being held liable for injuries to third parties resulting from a condition...more

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