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Monthly Archives: January 2019
New York Court of Appeals Holds That Direct Consent by Landlord Is Not Necessary for Contractor to Enforce a Lien Against the Property for Work Performed for a Tenant
Ferrara v. Peaches Café LLC, 2018 NY Lexis 3244 (November 20, 2018) Michelle J. Cuozzo COR Ridge Road Company, LLC (“COR”), as landlord, entered into a 10 year lease with Peaches Café, LLC (“Peaches”). The lease imposed certain construction requirements … Continue reading
Government’s Notice That It Questioned Certain Costs and Would Take ‘Appropriate Action’ Is Not a Notice of ‘Disallowance’ as Required by the Contract: Contractor Granted Summary Judgment for Over $1 Million
CB&I Areva Mox Servs., LLC v. United States, 2018 U.S. Claims Lexis 1549 (November 9, 2018) Danielle J. Volpe Nearly two decades ago, the Department of Energy, National Nuclear Security Administration (“NNSA”) awarded a contract for the design, construction and … Continue reading
Although Texas Statute Expressly Allows an Immediate Interlocutory Appeal of Any Decision Granting or Denying a Motion to Dismiss Based Upon the Certificate of Merit Requirement, There Is No Jurisdiction for an Interlocutory Appeal of an Arbitrator’s Decision on That Issue
SM Architects, PLLC v. AMX Veteran Specialty Servs., LLC, 2018 Tex. App. LEXIS 9203 (November 8, 2018) Jane Fox Lehman AMX Veteran Specialty Services, LLC (“AMX”) filed a demand for arbitration alleging professional negligence against SM Architects, PLLC (“SMA”). A … Continue reading