Here at Construction Law Musings , I have discussed the interaction between fraud and contracts on many occasions . Recently, I got to put my advice into action. I am counsel for the plaintiff in the matter of Environmental Staffing Acquisition Corp....
We discuss contracts often here at Construction Law Musings . Why? Because in most states, and particularly in my home state of Virginia, the contract creates the “law” that will govern your interaction on a construction project. In construction...
By Geoffrey Willis
Largely lost in the noise and furor surrounding the decision by the California Supreme Court upholding AB 1X 26 ( California Redevelopment Association v. Matosantos (2011) 53 Cal.4th 231[ enhanced version available to lexis.com subscribers...
A recent article by my pal, and occasional guest poster , Craig Martin ( @craigmartin_jd ) asks the question: “ Does a General Contractor Have to Tell a Subcontractor that its Bid is Too Low? ” In his great post on a recent Nebraska decision...
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