Category Archives: Construction Law

Join Me at the Virginia Construction and Public Contracts Law Seminar 2016

I have given post mortem glowing reviews of past Construction and Public Contracts Law seminars in the past here at Construction Law Musings (and for full disclosure an one of the co-chairs of the seminar planning committee this year).  If you, like me, are a construction lawyer in Virginia, I highly encourage you to attend…

Why You Should Consider “In House Counsel”

We construction lawyers have occasionally taken it on the chin as one of the obstacles in the construction process.  However, I have often argued what I believe to be true, that early consultation with a construction lawyer, before problems occur, is a great way for a construction company to avoid issues and to, yes, save…

Contractors – Make Someone Else Pay Your Attorneys’ Fees

Originally posted 2011-11-18 14:56:45. Republished by Blog Post PromoterFor this week’s Guest Post Friday at Construction Law Musings, we welcome Bryan G. Scott.  Bryan is an attorney at Spilman Thomas & Battle, PLC.  His primary areas of practice are commercial and business litigation, construction law and litigation, insurance coverage and bad faith, and products liability…

Another Way a Mechanic’s Lien Protects You

Here at Construction Law Musings, we have discussed mechanic’s lien law in Virginia on multiple occasions.  We have discussed everything from the very picky nature of the perfection and enforcement of these liens to the changes that the Virginia General Assembly periodically makes to these requirements and how to defend against such liens. Send to…

Wishing You a Restful Labor Day

Summer is coming to an end, school has either already started or is getting ready to start.  This makes for a great time to relax with friends and think on the next phase of 2016. Here’s wishing you a wonderful Labor Day from my firm and Construction Law Musings.  I hope that you and your…