If a Defect Occurs During Construction, Is It an “Occurrence?”

Brendan J. Witry | The Dispute Resolver Establishing insurance coverage for construction defects is almost as important as establishing liability in the underlying construction defect litigation itself. The risk to the defendant contractor of defending a construction claim can place significant burdens on a contractor’s operations and an uninsured judgment might even put the contractor… Continue reading If a Defect Occurs During Construction, Is It an “Occurrence?”

At Long Last, the Colorado Legislature Gets Serious About Construction Defect Reform – In a Constructive Way

David McLain | Higgins, Hopkins, McLain & Roswell On February 5th, Senators Zenzinger and Coleman, along with Representative Bird, introduced Senate Bill 24-106 into the Colorado Legislature.  The bill has been assigned to the Senate Committee on Local Government and Housing.  What follows are the various portions of the bill I believe to be the… Continue reading At Long Last, the Colorado Legislature Gets Serious About Construction Defect Reform – In a Constructive Way

Evaluating Construction Trends From 2023 and Forecasting For 2024

Jason Feld and Dominic Donato | Kahana Feld As we begin 2024, it is informative to evaluate what transpired in 2023 in the construction industry, and especially the use of construction technology. 2023 ushered in a variety of newly implemented construction technologies including 3D printed entire houses, improved wearables that detect all aspects of the… Continue reading Evaluating Construction Trends From 2023 and Forecasting For 2024

Embracing Generative Risk Mitigation in Construction

Georgia Stillwell | Construction Executive Project delays have long plagued the construction industry, with risk often identified as the primary culprit. However, finding effective solutions to mitigate risk on complex projects has remained daunting. Traditional methods for simulating risk primarily focus on extending project timelines, overlooking the diverse range of opportunities available for risk mitigation.… Continue reading Embracing Generative Risk Mitigation in Construction

Tackling Bullying In The Legal Profession

D. Todd Smith | Butler Snow In this episode, seasoned appellate practitioner Scott Stolley sits down with Todd Smith and Jody Sanders to confront the issue of bullying in the legal profession. Scott explores the multifaceted nature of bullying, from interactions with opposing counsel and judges to the challenges of managing clients and relationships with lawyers in… Continue reading Tackling Bullying In The Legal Profession

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