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US District Court in New York Holds That CPM Expert Not Required to Prove Delay and That Liquidating Agreement is Required in Order to Bring Pass-Through Claims
Helena Assocs., LLC v. EFCO Corp. U.S. Dist. LEXIS 39977 (S.D.N.Y. May 14, 2008) Owner, The Helena Associates, LLC contracted with EFCO Corporation for the work, materials and installation of aluminum windows in the construction of The Helena, a high-rise … Continue reading
U.S. District Court in Maryland Holds Contractor Barred from Recovering Consequential and Incidental Damages for Breach of Contract from Manufacturer of Steel Formwork Where Exclusive Remedy of Repair and Replacement Did Not Fail of Its Essential Purpose, But Denies Summary Judgment as to Some Negligence and Indemnity Claims
Potomac Constructors, LLC v. EFCO Corp. 2008 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 1602 (D. Md, Jan. 9, 2008) Plaintiff general contractor and Defendant manufacturer entered into a purchase order agreement under which Defendant would engineer and supply steel formwork used to cast … Continue reading