I was recently published in the January 2012 edition of "Change Order," attached, the quarterly publication of the Construction Law Section of the North Carolina Bar Association. My article, "Greener Pastures for Delay Claims?," analyzes a December 2011 decision of the N.C. Court of Appeals that permitted a sub-subcontractor to recover for delay-based labor and material price escalation despite the presence of a "no damages for delay" clause in the applicable contract document. After publication, I posted an article about the surety law implications of the decision on my blog, "N.C. Construction Law, Policy & News," which can be found at www.nc-construction-law.com. I invite you to explore the blog, comment freely and suggest ideas for future posts.
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