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Timing is Everything: When to Make a Claim During an Ongoing Construction Project

Canada - May 7 2019 A party who has suffered a loss only has a certain amount of time within which to initiate a claim by way of litigation or arbitration. In Alberta...

Erin Cutts.

Finding the Right Tool for the Job Resolving Construction Disputes with Mediation or Arbitration

Canada - April 29 2019 Construction projects, regardless of size, involve risks that often lead to disputes. These disputes, whether they are over the competitive bid...

Patricia (Trish) L. Morrison.

Lien Fund or Lean Fund: Setting-Off Against Part B under the Alberta Builders’ Lien Act

Canada - February 28 2019 Those below the general contractor in the construction pyramid should be aware that an owner's express right to set-off in the prime contract might...

Marlena Bova.

It’s not you, it’s me: Termination for Convenience Clauses

Canada - February 5 2019 Breaking up a contractual relationship can be hard to do. Unless your contract includes express terms that provide otherwise, the only way to...

Patricia (Trish) L. Morrison.