Thoughts on construction law from Christopher G. Hill, Virginia construction lawyer, LEED AP, mediator, and member of the Virginia Legal Elite in Construction Law

Guest Post Fridays

Guest Post Friday Construction Law Musings If you read Musings regularly (and you should 🙂 ). You know that I try to have someone guest post every Friday on a topic relevant to construction. Whether the topic be green construction, construction law, marketing, conflict resolution or some other topic that I hope that you will find interesting.

These guest posts will give you a different and interesting perspective on the business of construction and construction law and will expose you to some off the great folks that I meet during the growth of Construction Law Musings and my construction practice. The contributors to Guest Post Friday have made this construction law blog a better place to visit.

I also use the “Guest Post Fridays” as a way to thank the many people I’ve met either through Twitter, in person, or through other Web 2.0 media. Many of the guest contributors have been instrumental in the growth of Musings and my construction law practice. I encourage you to visit their blogs and other links found in the posts below (or here if on a mobile device). I promise you will learn something from each of them.

If you are interested in posting something that would fit here, please check out the Guest Posting Guidelines and then feel free to contact me.

Humility (and a lighter touch) Can Help Your Construction Marketing

This week, Musings welcomes back Mark Buckshon of the Construction Marketing Ideas blog to Guest Post Friday. Mark publishes several regional construction industry newspapers and websites. He can be reached at 888-432-3555 ext 224 or by email at Recently, in co-ordination with my business’s primary business consultant Bill Caswell, we coordinated a Webinar, Taking

What is a Conservation Easement and Why in the World Would I Put One on My Land?

For this week’s Guest Post Friday here at Musings, we welcome a new face and newly solo attorney, Lee Stephens. Lee (@leestephenslaw) has represented dozens of landowners who successfully placed conservation easements on their property, ranging from a farm of 1,800 acres to a lot of 0.85 acres, all over the Commonwealth. Lee currently sits

Finishing Strong: Why Timely Project Close-Out Should Matter to Contractors

For this week’s Guest Post Friday post here at Construction Law Musings, we welcome back Matt Bouchard. Matt is a partner with Lewis & Roberts, PLLC in Raleigh, North Carolina. For over ten years his practice has focused on representing the interests of contractors, sureties and owners in connection with commercial construction projects. You can

The Landscape of US Immigration Laws and How It Affects The Construction Industry

For this week’s Guest Post Friday here at Musings, we welcome back a good friend and fellow construction attorney, Scott Wolfe Jr. Scott is a construction attorney who practices law through his firm Wolfe Law Group in California, Washington, Oregon and Louisiana. He is also the founder of Zlien, a nationwide preliminary notice and mechanic’s