Category Archives: Business of Construction

To Require Arbitration or Not To Require Arbitration

Many, if not most, construction contracts that I review during the course of my practice day include a mandatory arbitration clause.  Most of these refer in a blanket manner to AAA Construction Industry Rules.  The topic for this post is not whether such clauses are enforceable or whether they are one tool in the contracting…

An Update on Things Here at Construction Law Musings

Originally posted 2014-03-05 10:31:02. As the kids get back to school after yet another four day weekend due to snow here in Richmond, VA, and normalcy (whatever that means) kicks back in, I now have a chance to reflect, get back on the writing track and let you, my readers, know what has been happening…

My How Six Years of Musings Can Fly By!

Wow!  It seems like just yesterday that I started this little construction law blog with a two line post on the Blogger platform.  When I posted that announcement six (yes, it’s been 6 years) ago basically on a whim, I had no idea that I would still be posting my “musings” on construction related topics…

Humbled Again by Joining the 2014 Legal Elite

Once again, I am humbled and highly gratified by my inclusion in the 2014 Virginia Business Legal Elite in the Construction Law category.  For the 8th year running and spanning my time at my prior firm and my four and a half years in solo practice, my peers have seen fit to nominate and vote…

Happy Thanksgiving from Construction Law Musings

As I sit here with family on this Thanksgiving Day 2015,  I have much to be thankful for.  I have a thriving construction law practice, great clients, wonderful friends and of course the best, most supportive family a guy could ask for.  I also have some great readers and guest post contributors that make this…

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