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Auto-maker had no duty to defend

An auto manufacturer did not have a duty to defend a motor vehicle dealer in a suit brought by a purchaser of a vehicle plagued by alleged “nonconformities,” the Supreme Judicial Court has ruled. “The issue on appeal is one ...

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Class action against cable co. reinstated

 The 1st U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has reversed a federal District Court judge’s decision to dismiss a class action against Charter Communications for failing to provide credits to its customers for their loss of cable, Internet and telephone service ...

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