Category Archives: Construction Law

Thanks for the Decade of Confidence

Once again, I am in the wonderful position of thanking all of you in the Virginia legal community that continue to elect me to the Virginia Business Legal Elite.  This year makes a round ten years in a row of election to the Legal Elite in the Construction Category.  This decade long run has included…

Contractors in Virginia Need To Be Ready for July 1, 2011

Originally posted 2011-05-02 09:00:53. Republished by Blog Post Promoter The Virginia General Assembly has passed a couple of bills, effective July 1, 2011, that will affect contractors’ and other construction professionals’ rights to payment and where they can and should bring their construction related claims. The first set of changes are to Virginia’s “Little Miller…

I’m Always Learning from Teaching about Construction

Back on November 8 and 9, 2016, aside from hearing about some sort of election, I joined a good friend of mine, Chuck McCarthy, from W. M. Jordan Company to teach part of the AGC Project Manager Development Program.  Being an attorney, I was of course teaching the module on Contract Management.  Chuck and I…

A Wrap on Another Great Construction and Public Contracts Law Weekend

Last week I had the pleasure of attending the 37th Annual Construction and Public Contracts Law seminar and conference in Charlottesville, Virginia.  This year’s theme was construction contracts and as always the speakers and the company knocked it out of the park.  This year was particularly satisfying because I was one of the co-chairs of…

Happy Halloween from Construction Law Musings!

It is time for spooky goblins, princesses, zombies (but not (at least this year) clowns).  I hope you take some time having fun and avoiding the real scary stuff like mechanic’s liens and payment bond claims! Here’s wishing you and your family have a safe, wonderful and of course spooky Halloween from my firm and…