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  • By Erik M. Coon of Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP Published in Construction and Procurement Law News , Q2 2022 The Armed Services Board of Contract Appeals (“ASBCA”) recently granted a motion ... more...

  • By David K. Taylor of Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP Published October 19, 2022 Here’s the Scenario: After months of working with a new developer client (and providing hours of unreimbursed ... more...

  • On Cyber Monday you may be looking for the best shopping deals, but it is also a good day to review cybersecurity priorities and make sure your contractor clients are doing the same. Here are five NASBP ... more...

  • By Saxe Doernberger & Vita, P.C. Every commercial property owner, developer, general contractor, subcontractor, and vendor should understand the concept of contractual risk transfer and how it ... more...

  • By Alex Thrasher and Carly Miller of Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP Published October 27, 2022 Bradley regularly represents general contractors (and other contracting parties) on large hospital ... more...

  • By  Bill Wilson  of Robinson+Cole Published August 31, 2022 The recent Connecticut Appellate Court decision in Electrical Contractors, Inc. v. 50 Morgan Hospitality Group, LLC , 211 Conn. App. 724 ... more...

  • By Richard G. Erickson of Snell & Wilmer LLP Published in the Fall 2022 Under Construction newsletter Our construction clients may spend significant time, money, and effort refining ... more...

  • By Tyson J. Prisbrey and Mark O. Morris of Snell & Wilmer LLP Published in the Fall 2022 Under Construction newsletter Construction contracts generally provide that the loser ... more...

  • By John Palatiello of Miller-Wenhold Capitol Strategies On this day, October 27, in 1972, President Nixon signed into law legislation providing for qualifications based selection (QBS) of architecture, ... more...

  • Written By Eve-Lynn Gisonni of Saxe Doernberger & Vita, P.C. Published May 24, 2022 With the ever-increasing usage of technology in the construction and energy industries, risks to business ... more...

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