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Some Questions About Delaware’s New Law Allowing Parties To Extend The Statute Of Limitations

Delaware recently amended its law to allow parties to a written contracting involving at least $100,000 to provide that any action based on that contract may be brought within a period specified in that contract provided that...more

Texas Court Predicts Accrual Date for Prompt Payment of Claims Act

In its recent decision in Cox Operating v. St. Paul Surplus Lines Ins. Co., 2014 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 3140 (S.D. Tex. Jan. 10, 2014), the United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas had occasion to consider...more

Germany approves "group action" rights for animal protection activist organizations

Germany’s most populous state has adopted a law, already in effect, allowing so-called group actions in cases involving animal protection. The new act (Gesetz über das Verbandsklagerecht und Mitwirkungsrechte für...more

U.S. Supreme Court Rules That the Government Does Not Have an Unlimited Amount of Time in Which to Bring Civil Penalty Actions

In a unanimous decision written by Chief Justice John G. Roberts, Jr., the United States Supreme Court has ruled that the Government does not have an unlimited amount of time to bring civil penalty actions based on fraud. In...more

Washington Supreme Court Expands the Ability of Parties to Define How and When Construction Defect Causes of Action May Be Brought

In a unanimous decision, the Washington Supreme Court has approved of contractual clauses broadly defining the scope of how and when causes of action may be asserted. The case, Washington State Major League Baseball Stadium...more

California Supreme Court Resolves Split Over Accrual Rules for Unfair Competition Claims

The California Supreme Court has offered hope to plaintiffs facing statute of limitations problems under California’s Unfair Competition Law, holding that special rules for calculating accrual dates for so-called “continuing...more

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