It’s THREE years, and not a day more. In legal malpractice, no matter whether your claim is based on negligence or breach of contract CPLR 214(6) states that one has 3 years in which to bring the action.
“What has been will be again / what has been done will be done again; there is nothing new under the sun.” Ecclesiastes 1:9.
It was announced last Wednesday that former SNC-Lavalin executive, Riadh Ben Aissa, was extradited to Canada from Switzerland to face 16 fraud-related charges in connection with the McGill University Health Centre project.
The Washington State Liquor Control Board gave notice to the public last Friday that it is proposing more (and clarifying some) regulations for Washington’s recreational marijuana industry.
In a recent meeting, someone dropped a forecast on the table stating that Google was on track, in five years, to become the world’s first trillion dollar company (currently they are $382 B).
Here We Go Again: Does the DOL’s Request for Information Regarding Self-directed Brokerage Accounts Mean New Fee Disclosure Requirements Are Coming Soon?
If you’re a fan of the tv show “The Simpsons,” you might remember an early episode where Homer Simpson launched a crusade against every public safety issue in the city.
When Chinese regulators hit GlaxoSmithKline with a $489 million penalty last month – the largest corporate penalty ever in China – it set off alarm bells around the world.
A China client sent me the link to an article one of his employees had sent to him. My client’s email to me said only, “Is this true.” My response was even shorter: “Mostly yes.”
Disputes in the automotive supply chain often involve questions concerning warranties, warranty disclaimers, limitations on remedies and limitations on damages.