Construction defect cases often pose the issue of whether they are beyond the statute of limitation because, often, defects become known gradually over time and the issue is when the plaintiff first knew or should have known about “the injury” (First sighting of a water-stain on a wall? Peeling paint? Small amount of mold? and […]

This should be end of a saga in which one former New York/Dorsey & Whitney partner’s serious ethical lapses bled over onto other New York/Dorsey lawyers and the firm itself, but the U.S. Court of Appeals reversed the sanctions against the firm and the remaining Dorsey lawyers, squarely focusing blame and responsibility on the now-departed […]