Monthly Archives: December 2012

Minnesota Supreme Court: No More Bright Line Anti-Subrogation Approach in Tenant Subrogation

The Supreme Court of Minnesota recently adopted a case-by-case approach to analyze whether a landlord or landlord’s insurer may sue its tenant. Ram Mutual Insurance Company v. Rusty Rohde d/b/a Studio 71 Salon, ____N.W.2d ____, 2012 WL 3822155 (2012). The

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Proving Diminution of Value in a Commerical Property Case

The recent Georgia decision of Royal Capital Development LLC v. Maryland Casualty Company, 291 Ga. 262, 728 S.E.2d 234 (Ga. 2012) opened a new world of claims for property insurers, in that the Court concluded that economic loss ensuing from

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Material Failures–Chloride Corrosion of Stainless Steel

In a large number of American homes, hot and cold water are supplied to kitchen and bathroom faucets by braided stainless steel water line connectors. In a significant number those homes, the under-sink space that encloses the braided steel water

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USC Notches Important Courtroom Victory

Just days after ending a disappointing football season, USC scored a major legal victory in the California Supreme Court.  In Sargon Enterprises v. University of Southern California, 2012 DJAR 15846, a Court of Appeals ruling permitting expert testimony on potential

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