Monthly Archives: December 2009

Life Without Plastics Is Incomprehensible” – The story of Acetal….

While plastics have forever changed the way we live, the story isn’t always as rosy as the American Chemistry Council infers in the quoted slogan. Introduced in 1956, acetal (also known as polyacetal, polyformadehyde or polyoxymethlene) was developed for high

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CLAIMANT BEWARE: Construction Defects to Real Property: Georgia’s Statute of Repose v. Statute of Limitations

In Georgia, it is well known that actions for injury to real and personal property caused by any person furnishing the design or construction of an improvement to the property must be filed within eight (8) years after the substantial

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SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT REGARDING THE NEW YORK COLLATERAL SOURCE/SUBROGATION BILL

As was previously reported, New York Governor Paterson has signed a bill which purports to eliminate the alleged windfall of double recoveries to plaintiffs which were alleged to have resulted from the common-law Collateral Source Rule, which enabled collateral source

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