Construction Law

Construction Law is highly litigated, and one which has many legal ramifications present to construction companies, contractors, and sub-contractors.  Additionally, OSHA and other governmental regulatory bodies have an enormous impact on the industry, and it can be important to pay attention to changes dictated by the agency as far as employment matters, regarding employee safety regulations and accident reporting procedures. Additionally, intellectual property issues related to construction designs and litigation of those issues are also covered. The National Law Review covers the latest stories, developments, and litigation that impacts construction law and the Construction industry.

Both public and private construction projects are governed by contractual obligations, state law, and often times federal law and ordinances. Because of this, there are many terms that are binding on construction companies, as well as the individual, entity, or government agency. Visitors to the National Law Review can read about these binding terms, contractual disputes, construction defect claims, extra work claims as they unfold in the area of construction law.

The National Law Review also covers topics including permitting and zoning construction regulations in a variety of jurisdictions, liens and stop notice claims as they relate to construction sites, homeowner and subdivision claims, and public work issues related to public-private partnerships (P3). State and federal construction disputes, international disputes related to US agencies, and contractor and sub-contractor liability issues are also covered. Proper documentation of contracts, and contract terms, OSHA violations, important form contracts including AIA, EJDC, and AGC forms, and other developments in the area of construction law are covered regularly.

Regulations, ordinances, and zoning/permitting requirements change often, construction law is an area of law that is highly litigated. Visitors to the National Law Review will find the latest developments related to construction law, as well as expert legal analysis of the implications of litigation, new regulations, and legislation.

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May
24
2024
Signature Lines Matter: When a Contract Amendment Is Not Really an Amendment Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP
May
17
2024
Navigating Easement Disputes in North Carolina Ward and Smith, P.A.
May
16
2024
Avoid Litigation in Multiple Forums - Check the Additional Insured Endorsement Pierce Atwood LLP
May
16
2024
Mistake No. 3 of the Top 10 Horrible, No-Good Mistakes Construction Lawyers Make: Failing to Perform Due Diligence on Potential Mediators and Arbitrators Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP
May
15
2024
New Legislation Would Expand the Use of Municipal Bonds Mintz
May
13
2024
Mississippi Passes New Retainage Law Governing Private Construction Jobs Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP
May
9
2024
Mechanics Lien Upheld Despite Lack of Notice to Senior Construction Lender Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP
May
8
2024
Bid Protests in Illinois Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP
May
8
2024
New York State Legislature Passes FY 2025 Budget, Including Significant Action on Housing Katten
May
2
2024
HUD’s Federal Flood Risk Management Standard Final Rule to Help Communities Reduce Flood Damage, but Tradeoffs Draw Criticism Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP
Apr
30
2024
Construction in California: The Unique Workplace Safety Challenges for Industry Employers [Podcast] Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C.
Apr
23
2024
Developers Beware: Difficult Multi-Step Process for Obtaining and Cashing In On Appeal Bonds Goulston & Storrs
Apr
23
2024
Those Appealing Zoning Board Decisions Must Comply With 20-Day Period Goulston & Storrs
Apr
12
2024
Decoding the Recent Changes to North Carolina Code and Zoning Regulations Ward and Smith, P.A.
Apr
12
2024
Court Confirms Jury Verdict for AECOM in I-70 Construction Dispute with FlatIron Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP
Apr
8
2024
Signs of Financial Distress in Sectors of Construction Market Much Shelist, P.C.
Apr
8
2024
Incorporation of Arbitral Clause by Reference: Position in India and Other Asian Jurisdictions Nishith Desai Associates
Apr
4
2024
The Jerk Next to my Mother’s Home Will Not Let Her Repair Her Broken Windows — What Can I Do? Chuhak & Tecson, P.C.
Apr
4
2024
California Supreme Court Clarifies Scope of Compensable “Hours Worked” Proskauer Rose LLP
Apr
4
2024
Washington State and Seattle Paid Sick and Safe Leave Updates Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C.
Apr
4
2024
Second Circuit: No-Damages-For-Delay Clause Bars Claim Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP
Apr
3
2024
Exploring Trends in Construction: AI Technology, Accessibility, Mental Health, Diversity Jackson Lewis P.C.
Apr
3
2024
Illinois Uses Pre-Apprenticeship Program to Increase Diversity in Construction Trades Jackson Lewis P.C.
Apr
3
2024
What Court Striking Down Labor Board’s New Joint-Employer Rule Means for Construction Employers Jackson Lewis P.C.
Mar
27
2024
Boston's Squares + Streets Zoning Initiative Advances Goulston & Storrs
Mar
27
2024
The Unexpected and Unwelcome: Defective Design and Changed Conditions Disputes [Video] Jones Walker LLP
Mar
26
2024
Mistake No. 2 of the Top 10 Horrible, No-Good Mistakes Construction Lawyers Make: Not Educating Clients on the Pros and Cons of Arbitration Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP
Mar
25
2024
A Potential Big Win for Real Estate Developers in Illinois: CGL Coverage for Property Damage from Defective Work Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton LLP
Mar
25
2024
A Win for Consistency Evaluations Under CEQA Guidelines 15183: Court Rules that Public Controversy is not a Basis for Additional Environmental Review Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton LLP
Mar
21
2024
Be Cool: Don’t Construe the Construction McDermott Will & Emery
Mar
21
2024
California Court Sends Solar Contractor’s Bond Claims to Arbitration Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP
Mar
19
2024
Domestic Preference Development: New DFARS Buy American Act Requirements Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP
Mar
12
2024
OFCCP Proposes Changes to Construction Contractor Scheduling Letter and Contract Award Notification Requirement Form Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C.
Mar
6
2024
American Arbitration Association Revises Construction Industry Rules and Mediation Procedures Robinson & Cole LLP
Mar
6
2024
New Updates to AAA Construction Rules Now in Effect Pierce Atwood LLP
 

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