All Is Not Lost: A Consequential Damages Exclusion May Not Preclude Lost Profits Under New York Law

Banking and Finance Law Review, Carswell/Thomson Reuters Canada

Counsel Christopher Caparelli authored an article for Carswell’s 2014 Banking and Finance Law Review. His article, “All Is Not Lost: A Consequential Damages Exclusion May Not Preclude Lost Profits Under New York Law,” provides analysis on a 2014 New York Court of Appeals decision that represents a departure from the conventional view that lost profits are consequential, not general, damages in breach of contract cases.

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