Category Archives: Business of Construction

Did the 4th Circuit “Tarnish” Sustainable Construction in the CBF Case?

About a week ago, the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals reversed and remanded the Chesapeake Bay Foundation’s “parallam” lawsuit.  Since that unpublished ruling on procedural grounds, much discussion has ensued.  One particularly interesting headline, found at the well respected Greed Building Law Update, states Litigation Over First Ever LEED Platinum Building Tarnishes Green Building.  After…

Personal Thoughts on Construction Mediation

Originally posted 2009-11-30 09:00:10. As I left a mediation last week at 8:30 at night, I realized something that I knew all along.  Mediation works. Why does mediation work?  For several reasons that I can think of. The first, and likely most important is that lawyers are expensive.  In most construction cases, we charge by…

Cloud Computing for Small and Mid-sized Law Firms

Originally posted 2012-03-02 09:00:08. For this week’s Guest Post Friday here at Musings, we welcome a long time friend, Kriss Wilson. Kriss is a co-founder and serves as President of both Superior Document Services and Compiled Services.  He has extensive experience, assisting clients in the management of their E-Discovery process through all facets of the EDRM…

Musings: Moving or Going into a New Service Area, There is More to It Than Just…

For this week’s Guest Post Friday here at Construction Law Musings, we would like to welcome back (again) Sean Lintow Sr. (@The_HTRC) Sean has over 20 years in the construction and project management fields. As many know he pulled up stakes and moved to the State of Illinois almost a year ago where he still…

Discussions of Online Presence at ALPS 411

Thanks again to all of the good folks at ALPS 411 for the ability to use their fine practice and risk management platform to share a few “musings.”  This time around, I was asked for thoughts on building an online presence as a solo practitioner. Here’s a taste: When Kiffin Hope here at ALPS 411…

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