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New Mexico’s Anti-Indemnity Act and additional insured provisions

USA - June 20 2013 The New Mexico Anti-Indemnity Act related to construction projects was adopted to "promote safety in uniquely hazardous work place environments,"…

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USA - September 16 2013 The economic loss doctrine generally holds parties to the benefits, burdens and obligations set out in their contracts and bars tort claims such as…

Colin R. Higgins, Daniel Frost, Stewart O. Peay, Stuart J. Einbinder.

Arizona Court of Appeals issues decision related to the application of the statute of repose and economic loss doctrine for subsequent home purchasers

USA - December 20 2012 On December 4, 2012, the Arizona Court of Appeals issued a decision in Sullivan v. Pulte Home Corporation that will have significant implications in the construction industry.

Jennifer R. Phillips.

The Weitz Company v. Summit at Copper Square LLC - will this case clarify how the doctrine of equitable subrogation applies in Arizona?

USA - March 13 2012 Construction development projects generally involve multiple parties who “invest” some set of resources into the construction in an effort to obtain a return.