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Judicial License Agreements in NYC Webinar

Watch and listen to Kushnick Pallaci Managing Partner Vincent Pallaci discuss Judicial License Agreements in NYC in today’s Construction Law Webinar. You can learn more

Liquidating Agreements: What you should know

The Appellate Division, Second Department, recently issued a decision in Rad and D’Aprile, Inc. v. Arnell Construction Corp. where they analyzed the enforceability of liquidating agreements.

Free Sample Final Lien Waiver (NY)

Click the link below for a free sample form of a final lien waiver in New York.   This is provided for informational purposes only.  You

Construction Law and the New York False Claims Act

New York’s False Claims Act (NY State Fin. § 188 et seq.), which follows the Federal False Claims Act (31 USC § 3729 et seq.) is designed to prevent fraud against the Government. This statute subjects contractors on

Lien in “substantial compliance” may be amended

Matter of Rigano v Vibar Constr., Inc. Decided 9/30/15 by the Appellate Division: Second Department Upon  remittitur from the Court of Appeals, the Court found that, upon re-argument, the Supreme Court should have granted Vibar Construction’s petition to

Ohio Venue Provision Declared Void by NY Court

HVS, LLC v Fortney & Weygandt, Inc. Decided 9/24/15 by the Supreme Court, Rockland County The issue in this appeal concerns the validity of an arbitration agreement entered into by the parties. The parties entered into a written

Court overturns DEP Noise Violation

Matter of 2589 Westside Mkt., LLC v New York City Dept. of Envtl. Protection Decided November 17, 2015 at App. Div. 1st Dept. The Court reviewed a determination by the Environmental Control Board of the City of New

Property damage claim not precluded by exculpatory clause

After Midnight Co. LLC v MIP 145 E. 57th St., LLC Decided November 16, 2015 at Sup. Ct., New York County   The issue here was whether an exculpatory clause precluded recovery of property damages caused by construction

Contractor’s performance not excused

City of Troy, N.Y. v 1776 Sixth Ave., Troy, LLC Decided November 12, 2015 at App. Div. 3rd Dep’t. The issue here was whether the language of the contract excused Defendant’s performance by the requisite deadline.  The parties

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