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Reducing Liability in Emergency Response

This article discusses lessons learned in the aftermath of emergency responses and ways in which A/E professionals can reduce and manage risks in order to continue providing vital emergency response service.

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Maurizio Anglani in the New York Real Estate Journal: Landlord Liability for Mechanic's Liens

Court of appeals decision holds that lease terms alone may impose liability upon landlords for mechanic’s liens filed as a result of a tenant build-out.

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Jessica Rothman in the New York Real Estate Journal: Courts limit personal liability of sponsor/developer

Learn how the courts limit personal liability of sponsor/developer entity principals in this article by Jessica L. Rothman, Partner in Ingram's construction & design group, that was published in the New York Real Estate Journal.

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Jennifer Zourigui featured in New York Law Journal Alternative Dispute Resolution Special Report

Jennifer Zourigui, Partner in Ingram's Commercial Litigation Group, authored the article "Five Reasons to Include Arbitration Clauses in Business Contracts ... And Five Reasons to Reconsider" published in the New York Law Journal ADR Special Report.

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Caitlin Bronner Featured in the NYLJ: Heeding the ‘Wake Up’ Call on Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 34

It has been more than two years since Rule 34 was amended - Caitlin L. Bronner, partner in Ingram's Commercial Litigation Group, explains why practitioners need to be mindful of this amendment.

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Legal Issues Surrounding the Rise Of Short-Term Rentals

States and cities across the country are beginning to develop an increasing number of regulations specifically aimed to rein in the use of short-term rentals.

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Applying Basic Antitrust Principles To SEPs

The United States antitrust approach to intellectual property has evolved over time. The IP laws and the antitrust laws are now commonly viewed as complementary. Both value innovation, competition and consumer welfare, while IP rights...

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