Smart business practices can go a long way toward reducing, even eliminating, the chance of legal trouble. With that in mind, here are three Do’s and three Don’ts that should keep you from being sued by unhappy customers or vendors.
They are the bane of all subcontractors and suppliers – those pay-when-paid provisions stating that payment won’t be due from a general contractor until and unless it is first paid … Read More
Every company seems to have its own form of contract these days. Whether it’s the general contractor, the plumber, or the tile distributor, everyone wants you to sign “their” contract, … Read More
Contractors always face the predicament of correctly pricing a job. Too high and lose the work; too low and make no money. A good price is one that works for both … Read More
An engineering firm developed and sealed a set of plans for a county road. The drawings and specifications provided for speed limits, warning signs, and pavement markings. At some point, … Read More