Who is the Insured? Dealing with Joint Ventures and Limited Liability Companies

This topic has always created a dilemma for contractors, design professionals and their insurance agents.

With Or Without Notice: Obtaining a Replevin Writ Prior to Final Judgment

Nothing is more frustrating to a creditor than being told that despite holding all the right documents on a defaulted obligation, it cant immediately take back the personal property which collateralizes or otherwise forms the basis of a prior transaction.

A Contractor’s Defense: The Spearin Doctrine

It has been more than ninety years since United States Supreme Court Justice Brandeis delivered his landmark opinion in United States v. Spearin, 248 U.S. 132 (1918). Yet today the Spearin doctrine remains at the forefront of construction law.