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17 Apr, 2012

The Joys of Litigating a Construction Claim

2012-04-17T08:32:54-05:00April 17th, 2012|Building Contracts, Construction Contracts, Construction Law, Nebraska Construction|

The Nebraska Court of Appeals recently decided a construction defect claim that illustrates the frustration that may result with taking a case to trial. After one trial and two appeals, the Court of Appeals sent the case back to the trial court to try the case a second time. And, this was over a $15,000 claim. This is one of those situations where someone is saying, “Only the attorneys got [...]

13 Sep, 2011

Are you Allocating Responsibility on GREEN Building Projects

2011-09-13T10:22:47-05:00September 13th, 2011|Building Contracts, Contract, Documentation, Green Building|

Our clients are often times frustrated at the lack of clear delegation and responsibility on GREEN building projects, such as those pursuing Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) designation. While LEED projects mandate an integrated process and seek input from all parties, there is very little guidance as to each party’s obligations. To avoid this confusion, we recommend contractors take some preliminary steps to clarify their duties and responsibilities [...]