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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Nova v. Penske

... (Nova). The question presented in this appeal is whether the contract provision for indemnification includes first party attorney's fees, where the contract language does not provide expressly for the recovery of attorney's fees. ...

Clancy v. King

... 355, 936 A.2d 852 (2007), to consider three questions: 1. Whether the lower courts erred in failing to recognize that principles of contract preempt fiduciary duties where the contract is unambiguous and the parties have made their intentions clear? ...

Janusz v. Gilliam

... The trial court found no basis for either rescinding the contract, or finding that Mr. Gilliam had been unjustly enriched. Ms. Janusz appealed to the Court of Special Appeals and, before the intermediate appellate court decided the appeal, we granted certiorari. ...