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Second Circuit Provides Cautionary Tale For Contractual Provisions Negating Third Party Enforcement

August 17, 2012

By KEVIN P. BROUGHEL

No third party beneficiary clauses are commonplace in many types of commercial agreements. A recent Second Circuit decision provides helpful guidance on how to craft these provisions to ensure they are enforceable and reflect the contracting parties' intent.

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Kevin P Broughel
Partner, Litigation Department