Partner Disputes

Kurwa v. Kislinger

Under the “one final judgment” rule, one cannot file an appeal from a judgment that disposes of some of the causes of action by a dismissal with prejudice, while other causes of action have been dismissed without prejudice by the parties who waive operation of the statute of limitations.
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Harper v. Ultimo

In this construction defect case, Wellman & Warren challenged and had the court declare unenforceable a limiting and unfair mandatory arbitration provision contained in a construction agreement. […]

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