Ohio Construction Law Blog


Recent Blog Posts

  • Tom Pannett, in an article for the November/December 2024 Ohio Contractor Magazine, highlights the challenges in small, disadvantaged, and minority business programs in the heavy highway industry. With over 30 years of experience, he explores the ever-shifting landscape of regulations and nuances, emphasizing the importance of understanding programs like DBE, MBE, VFBE, WBE, SBE, EDGE, […]... More
  • Another busy construction season is coming to a close. Invariably, there are case law developments and statutory changes to reflect upon each year. 2023 is no exception. 1. Old Defect Claim Crumbles Under Statute of Repose Ohio has adopted a statute of repose found at Ohio Revised Code §2305.131, which basically provides that all claims […]... More
  • The Best Lawyers in America©, the “oldest and most respected peer-review publication in the legal profession,” has released its 2024 listings and continues to recognize Kegler Brown’s construction law practice. The service has once again honored firm directors Don Gregory, Mike Madigan, and Eric Travers among its ranks. About Best Lawyers® Best Lawyers was first published in […]... More
  • Unwind after a long work week and join our clients and friends in the construction industry at Jackie O’s On Fourth for a happy hour. Details + Location:August 10, 20235:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.Jackie O’s On Fourth171 N 4th StColumbus, OH 43215 RSVP:Please register by Monday, August 7, by contacting Lindsey Dilsaver at [email protected] or […]... More
  • Best practices for an Owner-developer seeking to reduce risk to its Construction Manager under a Guaranteed Maximum Price (“GMP”) contract suggest adoption of these action items: 1. Contract Provided to CM in Advance to Price Risk Too much time and leverage is lost when contract negotiations begin after a Construction Manager (“CM”) is selected. A […]... More