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Washington Supreme Court Says Termination of a Contract, Not for Default, Equals a Termination for Convenience

Welcome to The Briefing – a legal podcast by Smith Freed Eberhard. We will provide insight and analysis on new Oregon and Washington case law, litigation innovation and technology, the insurance marketplace, and firm news.

In this week’s episode, Justin Wickizer, Director of Legal Operations, discusses Smith Freed Eberhard’s latest Legal Alert, “Washington Supreme Court Says Termination of a Contract, Not for Default, Equals a Termination for Convenience.” Here, the Washington Supreme Court illustrates how the standard specifications incorporated into the subject contract –between a contractor and the City of Puyallup –automatically converts an improper termination for default into a termination for convenience and the financial impact of the same.

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