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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