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How is there no recovery? Let me count the ways…

There are what seems like countless hindrances to subrogation recovery.  With a spin on Elizabeth Barrett Browning’s famous love poem for the title of this article, we delve broadly into the legal bars for recovery.  The non-exhaustive list below outlines

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Which Statute of Repose Applies? – Product Liability or Improvement to Real Property

Product vs. Improvement to Real Property: Which Statute of Repose Applies?  Depending on the jurisdiction of your loss, the answer to this question may significantly impact the viability your claim. A quick review of the law in South Carolina, North

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Oregon’s Revised and Expanded Product Liability Statute of Repose

Oregon, like many states, has a statute of repose (“SOR”) that sets a time frame in which product liability lawsuits must be filed. Prior to 2009, ORS 30.905(2), the statute governing Oregon’s SOR, set an 8 year limitation period that

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North Carolina Extends Statute of Repose for Defective Products to 12 Years

Effective October 1, 2009, North Carolina’s statute of repose for claims for defective products will be increased from six to twelve years for actions that accrue on or after October 1, 2009.  N .C .G .S. 1-46.1(a)(1) .  For actions that accrued prior to October 1,

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