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Senators Introduce the DETOUR Act to Ban “Dark Patterns” on Internet

USA - May 2 2019 Have you ever received unsolicited emails from a web site you visited briefly and struggled to exit? Have you ever grown frustrated because you could...

Construction Law Practice Tip: Determining the Scope of a Subrogation Waiver

USA - February 27 2019 In Exxon Mobil Corp. v. Insurance Company of the State of Pennsylvania, the Texas Supreme Court opined once again on the issue of the extent to which...

Construction Law Practice Tip: Indemnity Provision Details Matter

USA - February 5 2019 In the usual construction contractual chain, the owner has a contract with a general contractor ("GC"), and likewise the GC with a subcontractor...

Construction Law Practice Tip: Owners Beware: Federal Accessibility Requirements Are Not Delegable

USA - January 28 2019 An ever-present concern when building new structures is assuring compliance with the accessibility requirements of the American with Disabilities Act...

Ryan Gardner.

Construction Law Practice Tip: Texas Certificate of Merit “Factual Basis” Requirement

USA - December 12 2018 In Texas, a plaintiff suing a “licensed or registered professional,” such as an architect, a professional engineer, or a land surveyor, must file a...

Ryan Gardner.