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An appellate court in New Jersey, affirming a trial court’s decision, has ruled that the waiver-of-subrogation provisions of a widely used form construction contract – the American Institute of Architects (“AIA”) form A201 – 2007 General Conditions of the Contract for Construction (“A201”) – were intended to transfer the risk of construction-related losses to insurers and to preclude insurers’ subrogation actions against contracting parties.

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Steven A. Meyerowitz

Steven A. Meyerowitz, a Harvard Law School graduate, is the founder and president of Meyerowitz Communications Inc., a law firm marketing communications consulting company. He may be contacted at [email protected]

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