Published: November 1, 2018

Resolution of the question is critical to the application of product liability statutes or construction law and their often differing statutes of limitation and repose.  It was recently addressed in Puente v. Resources Conservation Co., Int'l, No. 76604-0-I, 2018 WL 5146983 (Wash.

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Published: September 6, 2018

In Florida, the Slavin Doctrine is alive and well.  The Slavin Doctrine, nationally known as the "Completed and Accepted Doctrine," holds that after a contractor's work is accepted by the owner, whether residential or commercial, the contractor cannot be held liable for inj

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Published: November 10, 2017

Most construction contracts (particularly AIA® and ConsensusDocs® agreements) include precise methods for documenting change orders for work outside the base contract scope.

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Published: April 25, 2017

A Pennsylvania appellate court recently reversed a trial court’s refusal to enforce an arbitration provision in the parties’ contract notwithstanding arguments that the agreement was illegible.

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Published: January 5, 2017

The New Hampshire Supreme Court recently held in the case of City of Rochester v.

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