Ohio Construction Law Blog

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Recent Blog Posts

  • Common are the construction projects that do not go as planned. Schedules slip as unexpected problems occur and pressure builds on all project participants to “catch up” and still preserve the project budget and completion date. It is typical in these circumstances to see acceleration and delay claims arising from these schedule impacts. Claims for […]... More
  • In the recently decided case of Aarow/IET, LLC v Hartford Fire Insurance Company, No. 19-1710 (4th Cir. 2020), the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit issued a victory for a subcontractor whose federal Miller Act (payment bond) claim had been preliminarily dismissed by the Eastern District of Virginia trial court after that court […]... More
  • Most of us are only too eager to see 2020 come to an end, even if it has been a pretty good economic year for the construction industry. Here are some 2021 New Year’s Resolutions to help you start the year off right. 1. Talk to your bonding agent about removing any personal liability from […]... More
  • While minority and disadvantaged business enterprise (MBE/DBE) requirements for the construction industry are nothing new, recent electoral developments and the possibility of a COVID-relief driven infrastructure bill promise added emphasis on MBE/DBE requirements and enforcement. It is not too early for contractors to align themselves with reputable MBE/DBE “partners” in anticipation of this growing market. […]... More
  • Just as the leaves change every year, those involved in construction projects around central Ohio face the annual push to complete weather-sensitive activities prior to the arrival of winter’s cold and wet conditions. Some common examples include completion of asphalt, roofing, and other building enclosure activities, because many of these activities are dependent on relatively […]... More