Category Archives: Construction

Even with LEED, Clear Specifications and Proper Documentation are Necessary

A recent lawsuit filed in California over the proper documentation necessary for LEED certification (discussed in detail at the Green Building Law Update) emphasizes the fact that, no matter how detailed the LEED certification process seems to be, a mere reference to that process or a certain level of LEED certification is far from sufficient…

Silver Lining? Economic Downturn Spurs Construction Disputes

For this week’s Guest Post Friday here at Musings, we welcome back Rob Pitkin.  Rob (@KCconstrlawyer) is an attorney with the Construction Law Group of Horn Aylward & Bandy, LLC in Kansas City, where he handles Construction disputes and other types of sophisticated business litigation.  Originally from Iowa, he graduated from Wheaton College in Illinois…

Should a General Contractor Tell a Sub that its Bid is Too Low?

A recent article by my pal, and occasional guest poster, Craig Martin (@craigmartin_jd) asks the question: “Does a General Contractor Have to Tell a Subcontractor that its Bid is Too Low?”  In his great post on a recent Nebraska decision concludes that the answer is no, so long as the subcontractor had all of the…

Thanks Again to The Lien Blog

Originally posted 2013-01-29 13:39:36. I have been lucky to get to know Scott Wolfe, Jr. (@scottwolfejr) and the folks at the Lien Blog (@zlienit).  Scott is a multiple time guest contributor here at Construction Law Musings and I have been lucky enough to post on multiple occasions over there.  The latest of my guest posts…

Shameless Plug Alert: Please Consider Construction Law Musings for the Blawg 100

Yes, its that time of year again and nominations are open for the ABA Blawg 100.  Its also the time that I both thank you, the readers of Construction Law Musings that keep this maintaining this place worthwhile, for your readership and also ask that you become a “Friend of the Blawg” and let the…

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