Monthly Archives: August 2016

Michigan Court of Appeal – Waiver of Subrogation Clause Does Not Preclude Gross Negligence Claims

In a Per Curium unpublished opinion dated August 9, 2016, an intermediate appellate court in Michigan overruled a trial judge’s grant of summary judgment based on a waiver of subrogation but affirmed the ruling that the plaintiff had not plead

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Posted in Contractual Issues

Subrogation in the Internet Age: Claims Against Online Providers

Recently, a subrogation action was filed on behalf of an insurer alleging that a product sold on eBay and Amazon caused a fire for which the insurer is seeking recovery. The action was filed in state court and thereafter removed

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Posted in Cyber; IoT and Technology

Soy Based Wiring Coating – Potential Attraction for Mice

The old joke in school used to be, “…the dog ate my homework.” Well, now, as a consequence of manufacturers moving toward more “green” ecologically fashionable products, the wiring in automobiles and common outdoor appliances is becoming feast food for

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Posted in Construction
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