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Reminder: Construction Litigation is Expensive, Be Sure It’s Worth It
Posted on 18 Sep 2013 by Christopher G. Hill

I know, this title is yet another seemingly obvious statement in a series of them here at Construction Law Musings . I seem to be going from cliche to cliche these days and musing on things from necessary evils to naming the correct parties in a lawsuit... Read More

Mediating is Eye Opening
Posted on 28 Sep 2015 by Christopher G. Hill

As anyone that reads this construction law blog on any sort of regular basis knows, I am a big advocate for mediation in most cases (construction or otherwise). I took this truly to heart about four years ago when I decided to go through the training... Read More

Municipality Need Not Negotiate With Mortgage Holder Before Condemning Property
Posted on 21 Aug 2014 by Peter J. Gallagher

Last year, we told you about a decision from the Appellate Division holding that a condemning authority does not have to engage in bona fide negotiations with a mortgage holder that has obtained final judgment on the property that the authority is seeking... Read More