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Tort/Negligence — Products Liability – Windows – Contract – Release – Unconscionability – Civil Practice – Statutes of Limitations – New York Law (access required)

Romig v. Pella Corp. (Lawyers Weekly No. 002-251-14, 20 pp.) (David Norton, J.) 2:14-cv-00433; D.S.C. Holding: Although plaintiff signed a release the first time defendants replaced his defective windows, plaintiff argues that the release is unconscionable. There is no evidence ...

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Tort/Negligence – Defective Windows – MDL – Ohio Law – Unjust Enrichment – Fraudulent Concealment – Consumer Sales Practices Act (access required)

Wani v. MI Windows & Doors, Inc. Where plaintiffs are not the original purchasers of their home or its windows, there was no economic transaction between plaintiffs and defendant, the manufacturer of the windows. Therefore, plaintiffs have not alleged that defendant retained any benefit to which it was not justly entitled.

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