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In a recent Appellate Court decision the Court oveturned a lower court verdict in favor of homeowners that had sued their contract. The court also went to the extreme lengths of dismissing the complaint for failure to propertly identify their … Continue reading
Typically, a home improvement contractor that does not have a home improvement license, and plead the existence of the license in its compaint, loses a lawsuit and is not entitled to recover monies owed. The Nassau County Suprme Court recently … Continue reading
The First Department of the Appellate Division recently held that a contractor had waived certain claims in connection with a government contract because the contractor did not expressly set forth the claims in an extension of time request. The decision … Continue reading
Often times the determining factor in whether to pursue litigation or not is the cost of the litigation (i.e. attorneys’ fees). Naturally, it doesn’t make sense to spend more than you will recover. When dealing with relatively low figures in … Continue reading