Case in Maryland Asks If Suppliers Need a Go-Between to File Claims
THE BETTER FORUM
When Public Policy Preempts Agreed-Upon Contract Terms, Does Certainty Suffer?
AS THE SAYING GOES…Tax Withholding in Conn. Case Not It Initially Appeared to Be
ON RESPONSIBILITY | Court Weighs In On New Mexico DOT’s Employment of Prequalification System
TAKE NOTICE | Notice Procedures Should Mitigate Conflict and Aid Resolution
REMOTE LEARNING | Your Physical Location Could Matter When Entering a Contract
FINGER-POINTING | A Case in Massachusetts Concerned a Flawed Design from the DOT
On Misinterpretation | A case in Pennsylvania where the court got it wrong
On (UN) Reasonableness | Our April Law Column’s Focus VS. An Even More Recent Appellate Court Decision
Can I Get Some Relief? How Contracts Can Reduce Risk in the Face of COVID-19 Related Delays
Risky Business |On Apportioning Risk in Design-build Contraction
Not Too Late After All | On a Case Where Traditional Statute of Limitations Did Not Apply
The Doctrine of Sovereign Immunity Can Aid Savvy Contractors, Too
Beginning with the February 2020 Roads & Bridges publication, Jon Straw will be authoring all future articles. You will be able to access Larry’s past articles under the resources tab.
Precedent Not Guaranteed | A Case in Utah Shows the Importance of Written Notice (by Larry Caudle)