Oh Oh . . . Did I Really Just Waive My Coverage?

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01/06/2014Lowenstein, Neil S.

Incidents are common place on construction sites. Unfortunately, sometimes things happen that damage the work or cause injury. Typically there is insurance coverage that covers these incidents, but a recent Federal Court decision highlights the pitfalls to the insured taking unilateral action to resolve associated claims, if the insured intends to pursue a related claim… Read more »

Fourth Circuit Affirms Dismissal of Suit for Discovery Failings

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01/03/2014Lowenstein, Neil S.

In its recent decision in Projects Management Co. v. DynaCorp International LLC, __ F.3d ___ 122241 (4th Cir., No. 12-2241, Decided November 5, 2013), the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals re-iterated the importance of meeting pre-trial discovery requirements in affirming the lower court’s dismissal of a multi-million dollar damage claims because of the plaintiff’s discovery… Read more »

Vandeventer Black’s Lowenstein Teaching Upcoming Public Contracts and Procurement Regulations Seminar

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01/03/2014Lowenstein, Neil S.

Vandeventer Black’s Neil Lowenstein is one of the teachers for an upcoming seminar on January 15, 2014 in Norfolk, VA addressing Public Contracts and Procurement Regulations in Virginia. Part of Neil’s presentation is a section on procurement ethical issues as well as common dispute issues. The seminar is at the Marriott Courtyard in Downtown Norfolk…. Read more »