Monthly Archives: May 2015

Illinois Expands Reach of Implied Warranty of Habitability to Subsequent Purchasers

In deciding an issue of first impression, an Illinois appellate court expanded in early May the application of the implied warranty of habitability. “Implied warranty of habitability” is a group of words that fails to roll smoothly off the tongue

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Posted in Construction, Contractual Issues

International Recovery Spotlight: Recovery Rights of Insurers in China for Medical Expenses

The Chinese Insurance Law provides that subrogation rights are not available to the insurer of an insurance policy concerning life or bodily injury, if the insurer has paid the insured or the beneficiary for death, bodily injury or illness suffered

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Posted in International Claims

Are “Sound Waves” the Future for Fighting Fires?

For their senior research project, two young engineering students at George Mason University came across an experiment conducted by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (“DARPA”) in 2012 called “acoustic suppression of flame.” In a nutshell, the experiment focused on

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Posted in Cyber; IoT and Technology
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