Category Archives: Business of Construction

Why Attorney Fees Provisions Must Be in Your Contracts

Originally posted 2010-09-13 09:00:26. This past July, the Roanoke Circuit Court reminded us all of the need to put attorney fees provisions in construction contracts.  In the case of Shen Valley Masonry, Inc. v. Thor, Inc., et al., the Court, among other rulings, allowed the defendant to collect its attorney fees because Thor had such…

Join Me In Fairfax, VA for a “Hanging a Shingle” CLE

On January 29, 2015 I will be joining a great group of solo practitioners to help out those that are thinking of “hanging a shingle” and starting a journey that I started almost 5 years ago now.  Here’s the brochure and information. If you want the information electronically, here’s the Virginia CLE website registration information….

The Anatomy of a Construction Dispute- The Claim

A  new year brings with it promise and challenges.  The promise is a relatively clean slate and the thought that 2015 will be a great year for construction professionals and those that assist them.  The challenges come from the almost inevitable issues that can arise on a construction site with its many moving parts and…

Building Green: What it Means for Your Business

Originally posted 2010-02-05 09:00:21. For this week’s Guest Post Friday, Musings welcomes Kevin Kaiser. Kevin is the online marketing director for Surety Bonds.com, a leading online surety company.  He specializes in educating current and prospective business owners about local surety requirements. He helps contribute to the Surety Bond Education Center and the Surety Bond Insider. To…

Happy New Year 2015 from Construction Law Musings

Happy New Year from Construction Law Musings and The Law Office of Christopher G. Hill, PC.  I hope that you had as interesting, fun and exciting a 2014 as I did. For more thoughts on the year that was, check out my annual year end musings post from earlier this week. I wish all of…

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