January 11, 2024

ConsensusDocs publishes a monthly construction law newsletter that you can sign up for free at the bottom of this page here. ConsensusDocs compiles the top five most-read articles of the year in January as an interesting way to reflect on the previous year as well as indicate some of the trending topics that lie ahead. For 2023, the most-read articles were:

  1. Best Foot Forward: Preserving Limited Liability and Leverage in Negotiating Termination for Convenience Payment by Tiffany Raush, Partner, Jones Walker LLP
  1. Betterment and First Costs – Entitlement to Damages from Defects, Deviations, and Deficiencies Doesn’t Come with a Blank Check By: Bradley E. Sands, Associate, Jones Walker, LLP
  1. Compendium on State Construction Laws Now Updated and Available by Joe Cohen, Partner, Fox Rothschild LLP
  1. Tips On Declaring A Downstream Party in Default and Termination by Kaitlyn M. Linsner, Associate, Watt, Tieder, Hoffar, & Fitzgerald, LLP
  1. And the Most Read Construction Law Article 2023 was – Electronic Signatures on Contracts: Are They Truly Compliant? by: Rebecca S. Glos, Partner, Watt, Tieder, Hoffar, & Fitzgerald, LLP

Congratulations to Rebecca Glos for writing the most-read article of 2023. If you have any questions or would like to sponsor or contribute to the newsletter, please contact Brian Perlberg, the editor-in-chief. He can be reached at bperlberg@ConsensusDocs.org.