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Contractor Penalized for Reducing Scope of Disadvantaged Subcontractors (March 2010)

Court Rules in Favor of Subcontractor in 'Bid Shopping' Termination Dispute (February 2010)

Government Loses Legal Challenge to Firm's Teaming Agreement (January 2010)

Owner Held Liable for Erroneous Specification (November 2009)

Government Found Liable for Delays in Design/Build Project (September 2009)

Certificate of Merit Statute Not Applicable in Suit Against Architect (July 2009)

'Green' Building Liability: From Claims to Litigation (June 2009)

Negligence Claim Against Deign Professionals Is Stricken (May 2009)

Colorado Court Allows Recovery of Lost Profits (March 2009)

Is There an Implied Duty of Good Faith to Sequence Work Properly? (January 2009)

Court Denies Subcontractor's Constructive Acceleration Claim (December 2008)

Substantial Completion: Submittal Requirements Count (October 2008)

Design Professional Unable to Prove Fees under Quantum Meruit (September 2008)

Contractor Sues Engineer for Interfering with Prime Contract (August 2008)

Court Finds Subcontractor Did Not Assume Risk of Differing Site Conditions (June 2008)

Risk Allocation Clause Enforced in North Carolina (May 2008)

Enforceability of Limitation of Liability Provisions (April 2008)

Public Highway Contractor Prevails in Productivity Claim (March 2008)

Which Is the Prevailing Party in Arbitration? (February 2008)

Public Contractor Establishes Lost Efficiency Caused by Differing Site Conditions (December 2007)

Are Design Professional Services Lienable? (November 2007)

What Is the Threshold for ‘Pass-through’ Liquidated Damages? (October 2007)

 

 

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RECENT DECISION HIGHLIGHTS THE BENEFITS THAT QUALIFIED MECHANIC’S LIEN COUNSEL CAN PROVIDE TO LIEN CLAIMANTS.

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SHANNON J. BRIGLIA CO-AUTHORS ARTICLE IN TORT TRIAL & INSURANCE PRACTICE LAW JOURNAL.

(May 1, 2017) – Shannon J. Briglia has co-authored an article for the Winter 2017 edition of  the American Bar Association’s Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Journal titled: “Recent Developments ...

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