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Federal Court Applying Michigan Law Recognizes Implied Warranty of Design Adequacy

USA - October 15 2020 The United States District Court for the Western District of Arkansas has come to the conclusion that implied warranty of design adequacy should...

Scott R. Murphy.

Does Michigan Require Two-Party Consent to Record a Private Conversation?

USA - October 8 2020 For decades, Michigan has been referred to as a “one-party” consent state for eavesdropping purposes. This means that it is not illegal to record a...

Michigan Supreme Court To Clarify Interpretation of Michigan’s Eavesdropping Statute

USA - October 7 2020 The U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan certified the question of whether Michigan is a one- or two-party consent state for...

Scott R. Murphy.

California Court Allows Subcontractor to Pursue Project Owner for Tortious Interference

USA - September 3 2020 A California appellate court recently held that an owner on a construction project could be liable to a subcontractor for the tort of intentional...

Scott R. Murphy.

Michigan Supreme Court Holds a Contractor’s Defective Work Is an ‘Occurrence’

USA - July 8 2020 The Michigan Supreme Court held that the definition of an “accident” in a subcontractor’s commercial general liability policy can include...

Scott R. Murphy.