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If You Want Contribution, Get The Third Party Released
The maritime version of "Murphy’s Law" can be a potential trap for participants in maritime tort litigation.
United States
21 Mar 2014
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On The Heels Of Caronia: New York Appellate Court Rejects Medical Monitoring Costs Based On Mere Inhalation Of Toxic Substance
The Third Department in Ivory v. IBM, No. 516276, ruled on February 20, 2014 that plaintiffs exposed to toxic substances may recover medical monitoring.
United States
28 Feb 2014
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Supreme Court Holds That Statute Of Limitations Applicable To Securities And Exchange Commission Matters Begins To Run On Date Of Misconduct
There is a general statute of limitations that applies to many penalty provisions in the U.S. Code, including civil penalties imposed by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
United States
8 Mar 2013
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Must A Real Estate Buyer Be ‘Ready, Willing And Able’ To Close The Purchase Of Real Estate In Order To Claim Damages From A Seller That Has Repudiated The Contract Of Sale? The New York Court Of Appeals Says Yes.
In Pesa v. Yoma Development Group, Inc., No. 3, NYLJ 1202541875877, at *1 (NY Ct. of App., Decided February 9, 2012), New York State's highest court, the New York Court of Appeals, held that a real estate buyer must be 'ready, willing and able' to close on the purchase of real estate in order to claim damages from a seller that has repudiated the contract of sale.
United States
31 Dec 2012
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Philadelphia City Council Adopts A New Zoning Code
After four years of city-wide public meetings, discussion and debate, the Philadelphia City Council followed the recommendations of the Zoning Code Commission and approved legislation which adopted a new Zoning Code for the City.
United States
28 Dec 2011
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