Christopher G. Hill – The Law Office of Christopher G. Hill, PC

Musings on Necessary Evils and Construction Lawyers

Virginia construction attorney, Christopher Hill, discusses his thoughts on construction lawyers and necessary evils at Construction Law Musings. Construction attorneys can be a helpful resource to contractors and…more

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Yet Another Reminder That Pleading Matters

A discussion of the importance of initial pleading in a construction case at Construction Law Musings. Your initial pleading in any construction matter is key in assuring at least the opportunity to recover…more

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The Construction Lawyer as Mediator

Christopher Hill, Virginia construction attorney and mediator discusses the value of a mediator experienced in construction to the resolution of a construction claim…more

| Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR), Construction Law

Construction Law, the Cloud and Solo Practice

Virginia construction lawyer, Christopher Hill shares his thoughts on how cloud based tools allow him more face time with his construction clients…more

| Construction Law, Law Firm Marketing

Another Exception to Fraud and Contract Don't Mix

Christopher Hill, LEED AP and Virginia construction lawyer discusses a recent case concerning construction and an exception to the Virginia economic loss rule, namely fraud in the inducement…more

| Commercial Law & Contracts, Construction Law

Bond Principal Necessary on a Mechanic's Lien Claim

Virginia construction attorney, Christopher G. Hill, LEED AP discusses a recent Fairfax, VA case regarding mechanic's liens and necessary parties. The case states that a principal on a bond to release a mechanic's lien is a…more

| Commercial Law & Contracts, Construction Law

Construction Lawyers Can Be Part of the Solution

Christopher Hill, LEED AP and Virginia construction lawyer responds to discussion about the role of attorneys in construction projects. Construction lawyers can be a real help to construction companies if they are utilized…more

| Commercial Law & Contracts, Construction Law

Want Coverage for Construction Related Damage? You Need an Occurrence

For coverage on construction related damage, you need an occurrence according to the Chesterfield Virginia Circuit Court and Construction Law Musings. While this may seem obvious, in the case of a construction damage claim,…more

| Commercial Law & Contracts, Construction Law, Insurance

Flying Solo: How it Helps My Construction Clients

Christopher Hill, LEED AP discusses how being a solo construction attorney helps his contractor and subcontractor clients with the flexibility and responsiveness that a smaller law firm can give…more

| Construction Law, Law Firm Marketing

Musings on Why I Mediate

Christopher Hill provides his thoughts on construction mediation from a mediator perspective at Construction Law Musings. Mediation is a great way to resolve construction disputes without the expense and risks associated with…more

| Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR), Construction Law

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