Venue

Manufacturer Can Pursue Local Lawsuit for Out-of-State Project

Venue clauses requiring lawsuits to be brought in a particular locale are common, and routinely enforced. From a federal court in Western Pennsylvania, though, comes a reminder that analysis of venue (when not governed by a contract clause) can favor… Read More
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The Contract Isn’t Signed, a Few Issues Remain, the Work is Done; Now What?

Lawyers hate this question. A contractor and subcontractor, having gone back and forth on a few contract terms while the sub is performing work, reach the end of the project – or at least the end of the sub’s work – without an agreed contract f… Read More
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Arbitration Venue: Where the Parties Agreed, Despite State Law

The contract calls for arbitration in Indiana, applying the laws of Nebraska. But Nebraska has a law prohibiting parties from being compelled to arbitrate outside that state for an in-state project. In a GC/sub dust-up including lawsuits in both stat… Read More
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