Category Archives: Construction

Happy Independence Day from Construction Law Musings

As things warm up as they always do in July here in Richmond, Virginia, here’s wishing you all a wonderful 4th of July from Construction Law Musings and The Law Office of Christopher G. Hill, PC.  I hope that you and your families can take some time off to reflect and relax, stay as cool…

The Anatomy of a Construction Dispute Stage 3- The Last Straw

Originally posted 2015-01-26 09:00:48. Republished by Blog Post PromoterOver the past two weeks here at Construction Law Musings, I’ve discussed the first two stages of a typical construction dispute (if such a thing exists): the claim, and how to bring heat short of litigation/arbitration.  As promised, this week I’ll be discussing the next step or…

Six Years as a Solo Construction Attorney! How Time Flies

It seems like only yesterday that I ventured out on my own and started my solo construction law practice back in 2010.  The reaction and fulfillment since I announced my move on July 1, 2010 has been great.  Friends, clients, colleagues and, most importantly, my wonderful family have helped my practice grow beyond what I…

New Jersey’s Independent Contractor Rule

Originally posted 2014-12-19 09:00:48. Republished by Blog Post PromoterFor this week’s Guest Post Friday here at Musings, we welcome back Bennet Susser.  Bennet is a founding member and shareholder of the New Jersey law firm, Jardim, Meisner & Susser, P.C. He has over 25 years’ experience in representing clients in all types of complex (and…

Reminder: Make Note of Your Notice Requirements

As you probably have guessed, I review a lot of construction contracts.  As a Virginia construction attorney, I hope that I get to review these contracts either during the drafting process or prior to my construction clients signing them.  Why?  Because as I’ve “mused” many times before, I can add value and help my clients…