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Litigation and Alternative Dispute Resolution

FDCPA Summary Judgment Victory

Contact: Joshua Dickinson; Spencer Fane Britt & Browne LLP (Missouri, USA)

We are pleased to report a victory in the Eastern District of Missouri in an FDCPA case. The opinion can be read here...


Aircraft Repair Lien Takes Priority Over Lender’s Security Interest

A recent decision of the Oklahoma Court of Civil Appeals reinforced the priority of statutory liens protecting aircraft repair facilities. In Blue Sky Telluride, L.L.C. v. Intercontinental Jet Service Corporation, the court found that an aircraft repair lien takes priority over all other claims against an aircraft. Even the interest of a lender that financed the acquisition of the aircraft, with a prior security interest on file, is inferior to an aircraft repair lien under Section 9-333 of the Uniform Commercial Code...

Manufacturer's Corner: A Primer on "Vouching In"

Contact: Ryan Hardy; Spencer Fane Britt & Browne LLP (Missouri, USA)

Here at the Manufacturer’s Corner, we typically focus on litigation avoidance rather than litigation tactics. After all, this column is written for manufacturers, not lawyers. But we want to take a moment to address a procedure called “vouching in,” because (a) it can be a useful tool for you, and (b) if somebody is trying to vouch you into litigation, you need to recognize what is happening and understand the consequences...


Contracts for Contractors – A Best Practices Guide (Part Two)

Contact: Erik Solverud; Spencer Fane Britt & Browne LLP (Missouri, USA)

In my last post, I discussed the fact that the most important tool for a contractor is your written contract, which can help build a customer’s confidence in your company and avoid the types of misunderstandings and unrealistic expectations that ultimately can lead to a breakdown of the customer relationship, jeopardize the project and result in litigation...


Contracts for Contractors – A Best Practices Guide

Contact: Erik Solverud; Spencer Fane Britt & Browne LLP (Missouri, USA)

The most important tool for a contractor is your written contract. A good solid contract is the foundation for a positive experience for both you and your customers. It establishes a relationship with your customers, and builds their confidence in you and your company. More importantly, it helps to prevent misunderstandings and false expectations that can lead to a breakdown in your customer relationship, jeopardize the project and result in litigation...


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