FREE Ethics & Elimination of Bias Webinar Jan. 13, 2021 at 12 pm CST Why are we so divided? Why do so few people step up when the situation demands it? Why is it so difficult to find consensus about what is right? In this fun and exciting Ethics and Elimination of Bias webinar, Timothy… Continue reading Waking Up Work – Using Midfulness to Uncover the Unknown Unknowns and Do the Right Thing – Webinar
Chase Callaway | Forum on Construction Law If you are reading this article, the chances are high that you have more than a passing interest in dispute avoidance, mitigation, and resolution particularly as it relates to the construction industry. While there are many technical, operational, and legal processes and best-practices that aim to assist contractors… Continue reading How Great Leaders Build Trust to Level Disputes
Alan Paulk | Autry, Hall & Cook Among many things to look forward to in 2021, we can add a new lien law to the list. Effective January 1, 2021, Georgia’s Lien Statute will be modified so that lien waivers and releases are limited to “waivers and releases of lien and labor or material bond… Continue reading Changes in the Law on Lien Waivers
Christopher G. Hill | Construction Law Musings All Class A commercial contractors in Virginia are required to have a minimum level of Commercial General Liability (CGL) coverage. As a general rule, this insurance is there for damage to property or persons arising from an “occurrence” that is covered by the policy. Many cases that are… Continue reading Are Untimely Repairs an “Occurrence” Triggering CGL Coverage?
Carly Miller and Luke D. Martin | Buildsmart The Sixth Circuit recently reversed a decision from an Ohio federal court related to whether a party waived its arbitration rights through posturing correspondence written prior to the filing of litigation or arbitration. In Borror Property Management, LLC v. Oro Karric North, LLC (No. 2:19-cv-04375), the Sixth Circuit upheld… Continue reading Posture Away, You May Still Get Your Way