There was a lot of good articles around the construction law, construction consulting and building science blogosphere recently. Due to some inspections I had to attend in Imperial Valley, I wasn’t able to post all the articles. Without further ado, here are some of the links that didn’t make it to publication:
- Why should a Designer worry about the Contractor’s insurance issues? (by Melissa Brumback at Construction Law in North Carolina)
- Virginia considers green building laws for public construction (by Tim Hughes at the Washington Business Journal)
- Sweet Carolina For Insurers: Good Times Will Never Seem So Good For Construction Defect Claims (by Randy Maniloff at the Lexis Nexis Insurance Law Blog)
- NJ Passes on the Integrated Product Doctrine in Construction Defect Case (PDF by William Ryan at the New Jersey Law Journal)
- Old and New Business Strategies to Weather the Construction Recession (by Chris Hill at Construction Law Musings)
- Arizona Court of Appeals: Leflet v. Redwood Fire and Casualty Insurance Company (at Leagle.com)
- Oregon Supreme Court To Review Case Addressing Building Codes and Economic Loss Rule (by Scott Wolfe, Jr. at Construction Law Monitor)
- Cityscapes: Frank Gehry bares all [his thoughts] for Playboy (by Blair Kamin at the Chicago Tribune)
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