John S. Higgins – November 28, 2011 Ohio legislators have contemplated retainage reform for years. New legislation is being drafted to attempt reform retainage on private construction projects (LSC 129 1897). Ohio legislators have contemplated retainage reform for years. New legislation is being drafted to attempt reform retainage on private construction projects (LSC 129 1897). … Continue reading Retainage Reform in Ohio?
Legal ramifications of green marketing — marketing your green construction practices in an uncertain world – Lexology.
Alex Merritt and Michael B. Wilmar – November 21, 2011 This month the Second District Court of Appeal concluded that the developer of a condominium complex lacked standing to enforce the declaration of covenants, conditions, and restrictions (CC&R’s) after it had sold all the units in the complex. Western Pacific Housing and Playa Capital Company… Continue reading Condominium Developer Cannot Enforce CC&R’s After Selling All Units
Jerome H. Sturhahn – November 17, 2011 The last couple of years have seen Colorado courts disagree over the question whether faulty workmanship is an “occurrence” covered under a commercial general liability policy. In previous client advisories we have tracked the evolution of this issue in Colorado. Last year, the Colorado General Assembly, responding to… Continue reading Good news for construction professionals: court reaffirms construction defect can be an occurrence under a general liability policy