One source for in-depth analysis, forms and practice tips to best represent any or all parties involved in a construction project.
The Encyclopedia of Law covers it all—bidding, drafting contracts, financing and litigating construction disputes. It offers detailed guidance and pertinent forms on such timely issues as determining liability and attaching liens.
Whatever your client’s role in the construction process—owner, architect, contractor or subcontractor–this insightful treatise library has the answers.
Construction Law in the United States
Topic coverage includes:
Construction Law Handbook, plain-English practice tips from an unrivaled panel of construction industry professionals, including architects, engineers, attorneys, accountants and consultants.
Construction Disputes: Practice Guide with Forms, in-depth discussion of all phases of construction litigation—including pre-trial, claims, trial, appeals, settlement and releases—complete with checklists and forms.
Alternative Clauses to Standard Construction Contracts, providing instant access to all documents in use throughout the construction industry, including amendments to AIA, AGC, EJDC and Consensus DOCS for owners, architects and contractors—with modifications that strengthen the language on behalf of your clients.
Fifty State Construction Lien and Bond Law, state-by-state guide to the unique procedures and proper filing and follow-through of bid bonds, payment bonds, performance bonds and mechanics’ liens—including forms.
Forms and checklists are pulled from the following treatises for easy searching:
Construction Disputes: Practice Guide with Forms
Fifty State Construction Lien and Bond Law