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New Jersey’s Highest Court Scrutinizes Statutes of Limitation and the Discovery Rule in Construction Defect Cases

/ Owner - July 12, 2018

The typical construction defect case presents an up-front analytical challenge: the defense attorney is presented with boxes of project materials, perhaps an extensive case history and prior discovery, and likely an unhappy (but these days, resigned) client. So you start with the basics: a review of the complaint to assess the allegations; a review of the contract documents, particularly the scope of work, for an understanding of the client’s role in the project; and a conference with the client to review the project and the expected course of the litigation.   Read the article………………….

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