Ohio Construction Law Blog

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Recent Blog Posts

  • Contractors and Subcontractors who regularly work together frequently favor a Master Subcontract Agreement that sets forth the basic legal terms of the relationship regardless of Project, and an individual Project Work Order setting forth the scope and price on every discrete job. This saves time and hassle wrangling about subcontract language on a project-by-project basis. […]... More
  • 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