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Terms and Conditions: Reading the Fine Print

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The (Jurisdictional) Rebranding of The CDA’s Sum Certain Requirement

The Contract Disputes Act (the “CDA”), 41 U.S.C.A. §§ 7101 et seq., which has provided the statutory framework for resolution of most contract disputes between the federal government and its…

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The 2011 Comprehensive Update to ConsensusDOCS

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The Adoption Of A COVID-19 Vaccination Policy in the Workplace

By: Kevin J. O’Connor Partner, Aaron Schlesinger Partner, Lauren Rayner Davis Associate, Peckar & Abramson, P.C. It was not long after the first pharmaceutical company announced a successful Phase 3…

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The AIA A201 Gets a Failing Grade

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The Basics of Subcontractor Defaults – Key Considerations

By: Gerard J. Onorata Partner, Peckar & Abramson, PC. The success of general contractors in completing a construction project is often dependent upon the performance of their subcontractors.  General contractors…

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The Benefits of Parallel Proceedings When Involved in a Complex Construction Arbitration

Most construction disputes are resolved, not in a court of law, but in an arbitration proceeding in which experienced, construction attorneys and other construction professionals work diligently, examine the evidence,…

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The Cardinal Change Doctrine

A fundamental principle of contract law is that one party cannot unilaterally change the terms of the agreement.  Nevertheless, most construction contracts include provisions allowing the owner to unilaterally change…

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The Clock is Ticking: Construction Delays and Liquidated Damages

With the on-going shortage of construction workers in the industry and other factors ranging from weather to procurement problems, the threat of project delay is real.  When a contract contains…

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