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The Construction Advantage – Issue 3

Reaffirming the Iron Hand of an Arbitration Agreement - Does the fact that the named arbitration company has gone out of business make an arbitration clause unenforceable? Given the legislative bias toward arbitration,...more

In Site - Winter 2013/2014

Welcome to the Winter 2013/2014 edition of In Site. This edition covers the following topics: - Collateral warranties, third party rights and the decisions in Parkwood Leisure Ltd v Laing O’Rourke Wales and Royal...more

Arbitrate, don't surrender!

One-sided arbitration clauses don't survive judicial scrutiny in Maryland's state and federal courts. Maryland contract law will not enforce an arbitration clause lacking mutuality of consideration....more

Dispute Resolution Boards: Understanding Their Form, Function and Benefits

There is a growing trend in Construction leaning towards “preventative law” in the shape of what is referred to as Dispute Resolution Boards (“DRB”), resulting in saving time, project costs, and legal fees both during and...more

Pinnacle's Limited Impact On California Property Litigation

Originally published in Insurance Law360 on November 2, 2012. The California Supreme Court recently issued an important decision concerning the forum for litigation of construction defect claims. However, as a practical...more

Arbitration of Construction Defect Claims Against Developer and General Contractor

Denver District Court orders arbitration of construction defect claims in Glass House Residential Association v. Alta Riverfront LLC et al, no. 2012CV1531....more

Under Construction - Fall 2012

In This Issue: - Letter from the Editor - California Supreme Court Enforces Arbitration Provision in Construction Defect Case - Colorado News: Designation of Non-Parties at Fault in Construction Defect Cases...more

Graphics to Help You Better Build Your Construction Case

In construction litigation, almost every description—from Aggregate, Beater Bars and Canusa wraps, to Wonderboard, Yokes and Z-bars—involves specialized language of the trade that must be made understandable. Visual aids...more

Key Calif. Supreme Court Decision for Developers in Resolving Construction Defect Disputes

On August 16, 2012, the California Supreme Court in Pinnacle Museum Tower Association v. Pinnacle Market Development (US), LLC held that arbitration provisions in Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (CC&Rs) are enforceable...more

Drafting An Arbitration Provision - The VirtualCourthouse Way

VirtualCourthouse provides a fresh new approach to arbitration. An approach which provides flexibility and cost savings not available through AAA, JAMs, National Arbitration Forum. Have you noticed that arbitration has become...more

Collyer Bristow LLP Construction Update

Here is the latest of Collyer Bristow's regular updates on Construction Law. Press Ctrl to click through to the articles. For further information visit www.collyerbristow.com or email Jane Hughes at...more

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