Could a party end up litigating related claims in two separate forums if not all parties are bound by a forum-selection clause? To ensure efficiency and avoid inconsistent verdicts, all intertwined claims should be litigated together in the same forum, writes Sarah D. Rodriguez. CONTINUE READING...
Category Archives: Litigation
AUTHOR: Sarah Rodriguez
POSTED: February 01, 2017
TAGS: arbitration clause, bond, contract, federal project, forum selection clause, inconsistent judgments, intertwined claim, judicial efficiency, subcontract, surety
AUTHOR: Jennifer Sommerville
POSTED: October 05, 2016
TAGS: construction, daubert, expert, expert witness, florida evidence code, frye, litigation, science, scientific evidence, testifying, witness
Almost 200 public comments were filed by attorneys and private companies, all weighing in on the Daubert v. Frye standards. CONTINUE READING...
- Attorneys' fees
- Design Professionals
- Designer Liability
- Expert Science
- Forum Selection
- General Liability
- Offers of Judgment
- Prevailing Party
- Statute of limitations
- Statute of repose
- Unlicensed Contracting
- Unlicensed Contractor – Who Me?
- Forum Selection Clauses – Mandatory v. Permissive
- Forum Selection Clause v. Miller Act Venue Provision: Where to Litigate?
- First Cost and Betterment – Two Types of Defenses against Claims for Construction Damages
- Does the catalyst theory for recovery of attorneys’ fees apply to settlement agreements? (Does it apply, at all?)