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Gordon & Rees Construction Law Blog is a forum on Key Legal Issues for De..
Below is an overview of the changes to California Business and Professions Code Section 5588 and its effect on the reporting requirements ..read more
One of the key concepts at the heart of Board complaints and civil claims against a design professional is whether or not that design ..read more
Do you have the proper skilled and trained workforce for your construction projects? If you take on public works projects in California, ..read more
In recent holding1, the Florida Supreme Court held that an insurer may not have a duty to defend a contractor in a Florida §558 ..read more
In your next contract, consider including some (or all!) of the following clauses to limit your liability and maximize your profits. Waiver ..read more
For those contractors in the government arena, read on. The False Claims Act (“FCA”) was enacted to deter knowingly fraudulent actions ..read more
The following scenario happens regularly in the construction industry. A contractor on a project reaches out to a subcontractor to perform ..read more
In response to a tragic balcony collapse incident where the public later learned the contractor had paid millions to settlement defect ..read more
In a recent decision, the Illinois Supreme Court held that a purchaser of a newly constructed home could not assert a claim for breach of ..read more
Various Chlorine compounds have been used for decades for the disinfection of potable water provided to consumers by cities across America ..read more

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