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Legal Pitfalls in Repair and Restoration Business, A Construction Lawyer's Viewpoint - 2018FT

Legal Pitfalls in Repair and Restoration Business, A Construction Lawyer's Viewpoint - 2018FT

Josh Leavitt, Much Shelist (Attorney)

Construction defect litigation is prevalent in the construction industry.  Contractors and subcontractors can be named as defendants in construction defect litigation, even when their work had little or no substantial impact on the issues at hand.  Construction defect litigation can take years to be resolved through the legal system, although often in less time if alternative dispute methods are used.  Nevertheless, during the dispute process, regardless of the method utilized, the parties' resources can be severely taxed posing many challenges to their businesses.  In this presentation, a recognized construction lawyer experienced in defect disputes shares his experience with over 30 years of experience in cases involving construction defects, and also discusses the pitfalls and risks associated with performing repair work to correct someone else’s mistakes.  The presentation will include a discussion of risk mitigation strategies.

 
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Construction defect litigation is prevalent in the construction industry.  Contractors and subcontractors can be named as defendants in construction defect litigation, even when their work had little or no substantial impact on the issues at hand.
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