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  • By Joseph Natarelli, CPA and National Construction Leader of Marcum LLP’s Construction Services practice Jared Cohane, Partner with Hinckley Allen , and Peter J. Martin, Construction Litigator with ... more

  • By Nell M. Hurley of Ernstrom & Dreste LLP Published Fall 2022    A subcontractor bids a concrete job that requires that the concrete be poured rather than pumped, which is more costly. ... more

  • By Alexander Gorelik of Smith, Currie & Hancock LLP Published September 19, 2022   Climate change has been a hot topic of discussion for some time now. President Joseph Biden’s administration ... more

  • By Nell M. Hurley of Ernstrom & Dreste LLP Published Fall 2022   Sometimes the question a court is asked is not the one the court decides to answer. What began as a dispute over an apparent ... more

  • By Campbell Pryde, President and CEO of XBRLUS The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) Surety Bond Guarantee program works with 350 authorized bond producers, and in fiscal year 2020, the SBA ... more

  • By John Mattox of Schoonover & Moriarty LLC Published September 8, 2022 In many government contracts, but especially construction ones, security  is the watchword–security for the Government, ... more

  • By  Choity Khan  of Robinson+Cole Published August 17, 2022 The American Institute of Architects (AIA) Contract Documents program recently released a limited number of state-specific Sworn Construction ... more

  • By  Bill Wilson  of Robinson+Cole Published on August 3, 2022   The purpose of a liquidated damages provision in a construction contract is to establish in advance a fair amount of compensation ... more

  • By Greg Veal of Bovis, Kyle, Burch & Medlin, LLC Published August 9, 2022   The U.S. District Court in Montana recently denied Sompo’s motion to dismiss its principal’s cause of action for ... more

  • By Jon Critelli of StoneTurn Group LLP Published August 12, 2022   It can be argued that the fall is the best time to be a sports fan – summer sports are reaching their peak and teams are preparing ... more

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