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A defense to liquidated damages: owner failure to provide timely notice of claim *

USA - June 17 2013
Imagine a situation where a contractor and an owner have both caused delays on a construction project, resulting in significant damages to both. Then…

EPA announces proposed rule on effluent limitations guidelines and standards for Construction and Development Point Sources *

USA - April 4 2013
On April 1, 2013, the Environmental Protection Agency ("EPA") issued a proposed rule to modify certain aspects of stormwater permitting standards for…

Co-authors: E. Chase Dressman, Scott M. Doran.

Contractors should know where the money is *

USA - June 15 2012
Since contractors work in order to be paid, it is vital to make sure the funds are actually available. 

Construction contract notice of claim provisions are generally strictly enforced in Ohio *

USA - June 14 2012
Strict enforcement of notice provisions in construction contracts can be devastating to a contractor’s claims arising during construction. 

Should sureties be required to arbitrate disputes from bonded contracts containing arbitration clauses? *

USA - May 3 2012
One of the complaints about arbitration versus litigation is that, too often, the complaining party cannot proceed against all interested parties in the same proceeding. 

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