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Colorado Court of Appeals kicks the can as to whether HPA voids limitations-of-liability clauses in residential AE contracts between construction professionals
  • Holland & Hart LLP
  • USA
  • February 21 2014

Colorado's Homeowner Protection Act (the "HPA") protects homeowners by voiding any contractual provision that would result in the waiver of a

Arizona Court of Appeals renders two decisions affecting awards of attorneys’ fees in lawsuits to enforce mechanics’ liens
  • Snell & Wilmer LLP
  • USA
  • April 3 2013

This past month, the Arizona Court of Appeals issued two decisions that could have significant implications for mechanics' lien claimants. In Summers

Construction case law update - June 6, 2014
  • Carlton Fields
  • USA
  • June 6 2014

A certified or registered general contractor is not required to be licensed as an architect when negotiating or performing services under a design

Effective negotiation of construction claims
  • Smith Currie & Hancock
  • USA
  • December 4 2013

Claims and disputes in the construction industry are commonplace and often result in protracted and contentious litigation. The reality, however

Minnesota Supreme Court reverses Court of Appeals in ECI v. L.H. Bolduc Co.
  • Dorsey & Whitney LLP
  • USA
  • January 30 2013

The Minnesota Supreme Court recently issued its highly anticipated decision in the Bolduc case, reversing the Court of Appeals and holding that a

Construction case law update - May 16, 2014
  • Carlton Fields
  • USA
  • May 16 2014

A contractor who substantially performs the work is entitled to the contract price less only those amounts owner paid directly to the subcontractors

City not liable in crane collapse
  • Duane Morris LLP
  • USA
  • February 26 2013

In 2008, a crane operator and a construction worker were killed when a construction crane collapsed on the east side of Manhattan. The decedents'

Attention Contractors: The Right to Cure Act may still be alive!
  • Nexsen Pruet
  • USA
  • May 25 2017

Perhaps you forgot about it, or maybe you just gave up on it; regardless, you will be happy to hear that the Right to Cure Act just may be alive. In

Subrogation Waivers and the Perils of Litigation: Wavering on a Precipice
  • Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP
  • USA
  • October 18 2016

When an insurance company pays a claim by its insured, the insurance company acquires a legal right to pursue a so-called “subrogation” claim against

Motion to compel arbitration denied as to non-signatories to agreement
  • Carlton Fields
  • USA
  • February 22 2014

In a recent case involving an unsuccessful aquatic ecosystem restoration project in Clearwater, Florida, the Middle District of Florida applied the