Legal Matters: Change in indemnity law raises questions

There are a fair amount of questions as to how the changes in 337.05 are going to play out,” said Louise Behrendt, a partner with Minneapolis firm Stich, Angell, Kreidler, Dodge & Unke. “The intention was to eliminate the circumstances under which a general contractor could ask a subcontractor to insure the general for the general’s own fault. Whether or not it will actually do that is questionable.

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