Monthly Archives: April 2010

CPVC – A MATERIAL SUSCEPTIBLE TO FAILURE IN SPRINKLER SYSTEMS

Chlorinated polyvinyl chloride ("CPVC") has been used in potable water distribution systems since the 1960s. More recently, CPVC has been used in high rise fire suppression piping systems.  Within the last decade, failures in these systems have been identified raising questions as to

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The Malfunction Theory

Have you ever experienced the following all-too-common frustrating subrogation scenario:  Your cause and origin expert determines that a fire started from a particular product but, after destructive examination of the product, your engineer is unable to identify the defect which caused the product

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Chinese Drywall – $2.6 Million Dollar Plaintiff Verdict in MDL

In the multi-district litigation arising out of Chinese manufactured drywall, Judge Fallon of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana issued an Opinion on April 8, 2010 finding in favor of plaintiff homeowners and awarding in

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Subrogating Under International Sales Contracts: Which Law Applies

“International Sales Contracts” “Subrogation” “Choice of Law”

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