1 Elements and Case Citations
Under New York law, a party seeking common law indemnity must establish:.
(a) that the alleged indemnitor was actively at fault in bringing about the injury or damages at issue, and
(b) that the alleged indemnitee is vicariously liable therefor. .
In re Sept. 11 Litig., 751 F.3d 86, 94 (2d Cir. 2014)
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