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Virginia Miller Act suit stayed due to pending litigation (access required)

Where a subcontractor sued a surety under the Virginia Little Miller Act, claiming it was a beneficiary under prime contractor’s payment bond, but a pending lawsuit between the prime contractor and subcontractor in Pennsylvania would likely resolve the surety’s liability, ...

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Off the hook: Contractual performance excused due to COVID (access required)


As businesses have suffered and shuttered over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, countless contractual obligations have gone by the wayside. In ensuing litigation, many businesses have sought to escape or limit their liability for contractual nonperformance, citing various considerations ...

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No stacking of coverage for UIM bodily injury (access required)

An insurer’s vehicle policies unambiguously prevent stacking of underinsured coverage for bodily injury. As a result, the available coverage for the injured party is limited to $25,000, instead of a greater amount he claims is available. Policies Fafa was involved ...

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