construction contracts

Protecting Profit Margins on Changed Work

Blocking and Tackling.  It’s football season, so a discussion of fundamentals essential to successful performance is worth having.  Sound fundamentals are equally important in football and in business.  The fundamentals of performance and management are vital to success, but because they tend to be basic, they can often be overlooked [...]

Texas Waives Sovereign Immunity

In my previous post on this issue, I discussed HB 586 that was making its way through the 83rd Regular Session of the Texas Legislature.  As it turned out, the bill went through some significant revisions before it was ultimately passed and signed into law by the governor. In outline [...]

Dispute Resolution Provisions for Construction Contracts

In my previous post, I commented on arbitration and whether it still deserves to be the go-to procedure for binding dispute resolution in construction contracts.  Carrying that post one step back into the dispute resolution process, parties to construction contracts should also consider the procedures they create for non-binding dispute [...]

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