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Blawg 100 2015It’s that time of year again.  Yes, the time of year when I shamelessly plug Construction Law Musings for a nomination for the ABA Blawg 100.  If you like my weekly thoughts and updates on the construction law world and/or the great contributions from those that guest post here at Musings, I would appreciate your nomination.

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Thoughts on Letting Go at ALPS 411

Once again, the folks over at the ALPS411 Blog have let me invade and post some thoughts from the world of solo construction practice.  This time, they asked for (and I hope I delivered) some of my better thoughts on “letting go” of work once the work day is done.  Here’s a bit of an…

Why is Modular Today’s Building Answer?

Originally posted 2011-10-26 09:00:11. Republished by Blog Post PromoterFor this Wednesday edition of Guest Post Friday, we welcome Jeff Dusing of the Modular Space Corporation (ModSpace).  Jeff is the Creative Communications Manager at ModSpace, a modular construction company that provides temporary and permanent solutions for commercial building projects. ModSpace has 80 branch locations across the…

Make Your Contract Work for You: Top 5 Clauses to Review Before Signing

For this week’s Guest Post Friday here at Musings, we welcome back Rob Pitkin.  Rob (@KCconstrlawyer) is an attorney with the Construction Law Group of Horn Aylward & Bandy, LLC in Kansas City, where he handles Construction disputes and other types of sophisticated business litigation.  Originally from Iowa, he graduated from Wheaton College in Illinois…

Payment Bond Claim Notice Requires More than Mailing

It’s been a while since I posted something new relating to Virginia’s “Little Miller Act” and its various notice requirements for a subcontractor to make a payment bond claim. I have posted on the basics of a Virginia payment bond claim previously here at Musings.  One of these basics is the 90 day notice requirement…

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I am a construction lawyer in Richmond, Virginia, a LEED AP, and have been nominated by my peers to Virginia's Legal Elite in Construction Law on multiple occasions. I provide advice and assistance with mechanic's liens, contract review and consulting, occupational safety issues (VOSH and OSHA), and risk management for construction professionals.

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