Changes To ConsensusDocs Come 2 Years Early

Engineering News Record (ENR) (among other publications, including my good friend Chris Hill's Construction Law Musings Blog) recently reported that the construction contract documents published by ConsensusDOCS were substantially updated. The update comes just a little over three years since the launch of the ConsensusDOCS program, which is a collaboration of organizations who publish a […]

What’s New in Louisiana Construction Law?

Each year, the American Bar Association's Forum on the Construction Industry conducts an annual meeting, and the Construction Law Update is distributed to its members.   The document is a compilation of cases and legislation from the past year affecting the construction industry, broken down state-by-state. Matt DeVries of the Best Practices Construction Law Blog […]

Around the Web in Construction Law – April 9, 2010

For some time in 2009, the Construction Law Monitor published an "Around The Web" post each Friday, highlighting some of the top construction law updates around the web that week.   We fell off the wagon a bit as 2009 came to a close, but starting this week we're bringing the feature back. A lot […]

Green Building Law? Is It Different Than Ordinary “Law?”

There are a growing number of construction attorneys getting certified in green building professional courses and touting themselves as "green litigation attorneys."  Our friends over at the Best Practices Construction Law blog just posted an interesting blog article about whether there is a difference between "green building law" and ordinary run-of-the-mill "law." The article is […]