Y2K Liability: H. 3759 (1999)
Provides that a person who has suffered a Y2K related
Provides that a person who has suffered a Y2K related problem must be in privity of contract in order to recover only economic loss and reasonable attorney’s fees; any person who successfully defends a claim is entitled to recover reasonable costs and attorney’s fees if the court determines that the claim was frivolous.
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