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New York Supreme Court Granted Summary Judgment for Subcontractor Where Contractor Attempted to Utilize Contractual “Pay-When-Paid” Provision to Unreasonably Withhold Payment from Subcontractor
A.E. Rosen Elec. Co. v. Plank, LLC, No. 07862-7, 2019 BL 113951 (Sup. Ct. Mar. 01, 2019) Michelle Beth Rosenberg On March 1, 2019, the Supreme Court of New York, Albany County, granted a subcontractor’s motion for summary judgment on … Continue reading
Team Contractors, LLC v. Waypoint Nola, LLC, No. 16-1131, 2019 BL 96133 (E.D. La. Mar. 20, 2019) Emily D. Anderson The Eastern District of Louisiana recently denied the motion of a prime contractor (the “Contractor”) for summary judgment on its … Continue reading
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit Holds Performance Bond Claim Time Barred – Estoppel Excuse Not Available to City
Hartford Fire Insurance Co. v. City of Mont Belvieu 2010 U.S. App. Lexis 14277 (5th Cir. July 13, 2010) The Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit recently held that a Texas City’s bond claim was time barred under the … Continue reading
Court of Appeals of Maryland Holds AIA A107-1997 Waivers of Subrogation Clause Ambiguous – Therefore Extrinsic Evidence Should Be Considered to Determine Whether the Parties Intended the Waiver to Apply to Claims Arising After Construction
John L. Mattingly Constr. Co. v. Hartford Underwriters Ins. Co. 2010 Md. LEXIS 327 (Md. July 27, 2010) The Maryland Court of Appeals determined that the waivers of subrogation clause in AIA A107-1997 is ambiguous as to whether it encompasses … Continue reading