Be Careful with Construction Fraud Allegations

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Christopher G. Hill, LEED AP and Virginia construction attorney discusses the potential dangers of making criminal construction fraud allegations. Mr Hill discusses a recent Virginia Supreme Court case in which use of criminal process in a civil context by a construction owner lead to damages for malicious prosecution.

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