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01 January 2016
Southeastern Region: Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia
Source: 2016 Construction Law Update
Other Publications
01 October 2015
Managing Projects with Funding Concerns
Source: Transportation Builder Magazine
Articles
23 July 2015
Defective Construction Can Be a Covered Occurrence in New Jersey – the End of Weedo? Legal Alerts
01 January 2015
Southeastern Region: Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia
Source: 2015 Construction Law Update
Other Publications
01 January 2014
Southeastern Region: Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia
Source: 2014 Construction Law Update
Other Publications
01 January 2013
Southeastern Region: Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia
Source: Construction Law Update 2013
Other Publications
20 July 2012
Texas Court Rejects “Common Interest” Privilege for Insurer Claims Reports Legal Alerts
01 July 2012
Managing the Cost of E-Discovery – Save on Legal Fees with an Electronic Document Retention and Destruction Policy
Source: ABC – Construction Executive
Articles
01 January 2012
Pennsylvania Update
Source: Construction Law Update: Case Law & Legislation Affecting the Construction Industry
Articles
01 January 2012
Southeastern Region: Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia
Source: Construction Law Update 2012
Other Publications
30 November 2011
Conquering the Courtroom
Source: Construction-Today.com
Articles
17 May 2011
Southeastern Region: Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia
Source: Construction Law Update 2011
Other Publications
10 August 2010
Resolving Catastrophic Multi-Party Construction Insurance Cases – Is Mega-Million Dollar Litigation The Only Solution?
Source: American Bar Association 2010 Midyear Meeting
Articles
02 August 2010
A New Hurdle When Defending a Liquidated Damages Assessment
Source: Wolters-Kluwer International Construction Law Blog
Articles
26 July 2010
New Posting Requirement Regarding NLRA Rights Will Have a Major Impact on Construction Contractors: Will You Be Prepared? Legal Alerts
17 May 2010
Contractor Allowed to Sue Local Agency for Lost Profits After Bonding Capacity Was Impaired; Default Was Wrongful
Source: ConstructionWebLinks.com
Articles
14 May 2010
Pirates, Rovers, And Builders Risks: Seaborne Coverage Lessons For Shore-Based Construction Projects
Source: 2010 Construction Law Update, Aspen Publishers
Books
01 January 2009
The Products-Completed Operations Hazard: When Coverage Exists, Just What is Covered?
Source: 2009 Construction Law Update
Other Publications
01 October 2008
Allocation Issues in Construction Defect Claims
Source: International Risk Management Institute
Articles
01 September 2008
Numbing the Expert Pinch: Avoiding Expert Disqualification in Construction Litigation
Source: International In-house Counsel Journal
Articles

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