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Structural Engineer Wins Twin Malpractice Victories In Indianapolis Public Library Cases Part 2

Posted in Economic Loss Rule, Indiana, Negligence (Architectual and Engineering), States

In the last post we talked about the recent trial of the the the Indianapolis-Marion County Public Library’s (the “owner”) fraud claims against against New York based Thornton Tomasetti Engineering, Inc. (the “structural engineer”).  Those claims stemmed from $50 Million in cost overruns to build the underground garage foundation of an addition to the Indianapolis… Continue Reading

Structural Engineer Wins Twin Malpractice Victories In Indianapolis Public Library Cases Part 1

Posted in Indiana, States

In an article last week, Jon Murray of the Indianapolis Star reported that the Indianapolis-Marion County Public Library (the “owner”) will not appeal a jury verdict of no liability on the owner’s $50 Million fraud claim against against New York based Thornton Tomasetti Engineering, Inc. (the “structural engineer”).  The case stems from cracks and gaps… Continue Reading