Ohio Construction Law Blog

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Recent Blog Posts

  • There are two ways in Ohio that a claim for building defects is barred by time: the statute of limitations and the statute of repose. The statute of limitations is the period of time for a party suffering harm to file a lawsuit. In Ohio the contract statute of limitations on construction claims was 15 […]... More
  • Many owner-developers choose to forego requiring a Performance and Payment Bond from their contractors in the hope of shaving another 1%-2% from the project cost. However, current market conditions suggest that owners rethink that decision. The current industry environment consists of busy contractors competing for a limited labor pool, and struggling to meet ambitious project […]... More
  • Chambers USA, the premier client-reviewed guide to legal resources, has honored both Don Gregory and Mike Madigan again this year in their annual rankings. They also ranked Kegler Brown’s Construction practice. Ranking him as a Band 1 attorney, their highest ranking, Chambers says Don Gregory “maintains an excellent reputation for his handling of both contentious […]... More
  • The cold is coming to an end and Spring is upon us! Your friends at Kegler Brown invite you to welcome Spring with a happy hour for our clients in the Construction Industry. We hope that you will join us at North High Brewing on Thursday, April 11 at 5:00p.m. Please register by Monday, April […]... More
  • “Pay when Paid” in many jurisdictions – including Ohio – means that while timing of payment may be delayed, there still is obligation to pay the sub within a reasonable period of time. In contrast, “Pay if Paid” (frequently utilizing words like “if” and “condition precedent”) means that not only timing, but also entitlement to […]... More