Why “Completion” is Important in California -
In California, project “completion,” is important not only for getting paid, but for also understanding the deadlines associated with California’s statutory construction...more
When does “complete” not necessarily mean “complete”?
Answer: In a construction project.
A common feature of construction contracts is that they include a mechanism for the contractor’s works to be handed over...more
How to apply Wisconsin’s construction statute of repose, Wis. Stat. § 893.89, in asbestos cases has recently been a hot topic dividing trial courts. The statute bars a broad category of claims if they are brought more than 10...more
On January 27, 2015, the Court of Appeal, Second Appellate District, affirmed, in part, a hefty trial judgment against the Rio School District for improperly withholding retention funds in the case of FTR International, Inc....more
MANY CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS ARE DOCUMENTED USING AIA FORMS.
These forms focus on issues concerning the architect and contractor. It is in the owner’s interest to protect itself by negotiating the key provisions in the...more
On August 9, 2014, Governor Patrick signed SB2271 into law. This law will have important impacts on both private developers and contractors. The Act limits the amount of retainage withheld under construction contracts and...more
By statute, the time to bring a lawsuit against a contractor for hidden construction deficiencies can be as long as 10 years. That means that, say, a property owner could sue his or her architect or general contractor for...more
In Brisbane Lodging, L.P. v. Webcor Builders, Inc., 216 Cal.App.4th 1249 (2013), a California appeals court upheld a contract clause waiving the delayed discovery rule applicable to actions for latent construction defects....more
A quick trip down Brickell Avenue, up the Biscayne Boulevard Corridor, or along Miami Beach’s Collins Avenue will confirm the statistics from a recent report that nonresidential and residential construction contracts are up...more
While Colorado’s General Assembly passed no significant legislation affecting construction law in 2012, the Colorado Court of Appeals handed down a number of significant rulings....more
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