Category Archives: Construction

Incorporation, Indemnity and Statutes of Limitations, Oh My!

We all know that the contract is king in Virginia. We also know that Virginia will allow for a so called “incorporation” clause that will allow for “flow down” of certain prime contract provisions in a way that will make those provisions applicable to subcontractors. We also know that a claim for breach of contract…

Happy Holidays 2016 from Construction Law Musings

Needless to say, the fire is stoked and Musings is off for Christmas. I wish you all Happy Holidays and Merry Christmas from The Law Office of Christopher G. Hill, PC and Construction Law Musings To all of my friends, colleagues and most importantly, family, I hope you have a safe, warm and wonderful holiday….

8 Years of Fun at Construction Law Musings

Well, who would have thought that when I posted two short lines back in 2008, Construction Law Musings would still be going strong eight years later. Through these 8 years at this little construction law blog, I have had periods of more and less consistent posting (often coinciding with the more and less frantic pace…

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…