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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) AMX Veteran Specialty Services, LLC (“AMX”) filed a demand for arbitration alleging professional negligence against SM Architects, PLLC (“SMA”).  A Texas statute requires … Continue reading

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Divided New York Court of Appeals Holds That a Third Party Cannot Sue for Breach of Contract Absent Express Language Naming Them as an Intended Beneficiary and That Claims for Breach of Contract and Professional Negligence Against an Architect Cannot Both Be Maintained When the Allegations Supporting Both Claims Are Nearly Identical

Dormitory Auth. of the State of NY v. Samson Constr. Co., 2018 N.Y. Lexis 218 (February 15, 2018) The Dormitory Authority of the State of New York (“DASNY”) undertook, as project manager, to construct a facility for the Office of the … Continue reading

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