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Duty to Defend Enforceable Even if Duty to Indemnify is Unresolved

USA - December 6 2019 A Connecticut court, applying plain language in a subcontract, has held that the sub must defend the general contractor in an injured worker lawsuit…

What Triggers the Statute of Repose on Multi-Phase Project?

USA - November 21 2019 It’s a controversial decision on a controversial topic, but a federal court judge has held that the statute of repose on a multi-phase project was…

Is This a Forum Selection Clause, or Not?

USA - November 6 2019 Forum selection clauses have become commonplace in construction contracts. Most general contractors take steps to ensure that they can bring their…

Contract Scope Limits Tort Liability

USA - October 26 2018 From the Massachusetts Appeals Court comes a reminder that a contract scope of services may serve to control or limit the scope of tort liability. New…

NH DOT Had Authority to Procure Electronic Tolling Services Through Best-Value Process

USA - October 18 2018 The New Hampshire Department of Transportation, using a best-value process, awarded the EZ-Pass electronic tolling system back office work to a new…