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Will Expanding P3 Legislation Impact You?

Recent legislation in Kentucky and Tennessee: Kentucky and Tennessee have recently been added to the growing list of states allowing the use of public-private partnerships (P3). The Kentucky Legislation (HB 309) was...more

The Tangled Mess: Apportioning Delay and Proving Damages

A recent case in North Carolina serves as a good reminder of the legal principles involving delays and overruns, specifically regarding the responsibility for apportioning delay and proving damages. In Flatiron- Lane v. Case...more

Construction and Procurement Law News - First Quarter 2014

In this Issue: - Federal Circuit’s Metcalf Decision a Big Win for Contractors - Government Defenses of Defective Certification and the Severin Doctrine not a Silver Bullet - Are No-Damage-for-Delay...more

Are No-Damage-for-Delay Provisions Worth the Paper they are Written On?

No-damage-for-delay provisions are routinely inserted into construction contracts to protect the upstream party in the event of a delay during the course of a project. However, many states have passed statutes declaring that...more

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