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  • By David K. Taylor of Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP Published April 25, 2022   Construction law is NOT boring, at least that’s what I tell my daughters. In these series of posts, I will explore ... more

  • Published April 16, 2022 by Craig Arends of CliftonLarsonAllen   By: Jeff Servais   2021 was a great year for construction sector M&A. Passage of the IIJA will mean a significant increase ... more

  • By Michael J. Baker of Snell & Wilmer LLP Published Spring 2022 Contractor and subcontractor negotiations often lead to contract terms and language being incorporated into the subcontract ... more

  • By Christian Fernandez and Creighton Dixon of Snell & Wilmer LLP Published Spring 2022 Construction contract provisions concerning liquidated damages and construction delays are important ... more

  • By Jodie McDougal of Dentons Davis Brown Published April 12, 2022 In my nearly 20 years of practice in construction law, I have seen trends and practices come and go. One trend that is here to stay: ... more

  • By Jon Williams of PilieroMazza PLLC Published March 25, 2022 The Small Business Administration’s HUBZone office will soon end the principal office flexibility it introduced during the COVID-19 ... more

  • By  Daniel L. Lawrence of Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP Published in Construction and Procurement Law News, Q1 2022 A recent opinion from the Court of Appeals of Texas provides clarification ... more

  • By E. Bradley Evans and Evan M. Musselwhite of Ward and Smith, P.A. Published April 6, 2022   Joint ventures are a common method of undertaking construction projects in North Carolina.   ... more

  • By Richard Reizen and Patrick Johnson of Gould & Ratner LLP Published March 28, 2022 With the COVID pandemic seemingly winding down, and with much of the world starting to reopen to pre-pandemic ... more

  • By Mason Rollins of Bradley Published March 2022 Generally, the government has immunity from being sued with some exceptions grounded in statute or case law.  Having a contract with the federal ... more

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