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Construction Contracts, Mediation and Venue
Posted on 18 Dec 2013 by Christopher G. Hill

I have preached the mantra of “ read your contracts carefully ” on numerous occasions here at Construction Law Musings. I have also discussed my thoughts on ADR and mandatory mediation . A recent case out of the Eastern District of Virginia... Read More

Williams Mullen: Another Reminder on Change Orders: “Don’t Worry” About Payment for Extra Work Is Not Enforceable
Posted on 11 Jan 2012 by Williams Mullen

BY: WILLIAM R. MAUCK, JR. The importance of following change order provisions in a construction contract was emphasized yet again in a recent federal court decision: Carolina Conduit Systems, Inc. v. MasTec North America, Inc . [ enhanced version... Read More

Communication is Key to a Smooth Construction Project
Posted on 16 Apr 2014 by Christopher G. Hill

I know, the title of this post sounds trite. Who doesn’t communicate? Don’t the subs and general on the project always communicate? Wouldn’t a remodeler be sure to stay up on job progress with a homeowner? In other words, why bother... Read More