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United States Second Circuit

Dormitory Authority v. Continental Casualty, 13-1671

In a declaratory judgment action between plaintiff-owner of a building and defendant-insurer of the architectural firm that designed it, summary judgment in favor of plaintiff that the two design flaws in the same structure were not related so that a separate limit of liability was available to fix each flaw is: 1) affirmed as to the declaration regarding the design flaws, where the issues arise from two unrelated wrongful acts; but 2) vacated in part as to the calculation of prejudgment interest.

Appellate Information

  • Decided 06/23/2014
  • Published 06/23/2014




  • United States Second Circuit


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