Over the past four weeks, I’ve “mused” on the “stages” of a construction dispute. What started as a kernel of thought in my mind turned into what has seemed to be a popular set of four posts that I hope were both informative...
In the past week or so mandatory arbitration has been all the rage. From those that argue that arbitration is becoming more burdensome than litigation , to my friend and fellow construction attorney Scott Wolfe who gives great advice on how to make arbitration...
By Mike Sterling
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) published a
new rule addressing the use of cranes and derricks in construction. The
complete rule is available at http://www.ofr.gov/OFRUpload/OFRData/2010-17818_PI.pdf...
By: Robert K. Cox
In the prior issue of this newsletter, we included an article on the high standard of proof and the practical considerations for a federal government contractor claiming that the federal government acted in bad faith in its contract...
Originally posted 2009-08-24 09:00:00. As I was following some of the posts by @ imadnaffa on Twitter, I came across a post
by a consultant that guarantees LEED Certification. This got me
thinking about the myriad issues relating to the third party...
By George M. Nicholos , associate, Vandeventer Black LLP
What is the most dangerous item on a construction worksite? You might guess heavy machinery, cranes, or careless construction workers? But you would be wrong, because ironically the most dangerous...