Why haven’t there been more green building lawsuits? (Hint: Mandatory Arbitration)

Stuart Kaplow is still, in my humble opinion, one of the true thought leaders on the topic of green building legal issues. A recent post of his at Green Building Law Update sets out to answer the question of why there is so little litigation in green building. In essence, Kaplow opines that the reason … Continue reading Why haven’t there been more green building lawsuits? (Hint: Mandatory Arbitration)

Last chance to add your input on the 2015 ICC 700 National Green Building Standard

Stuart Kaplow, of Green Building Law Update writes: With nearly 128 million residential housing units existed in the U.S., if green building is going to mitigate the negative impacts that human activity has on the planet, green building must include houses. While most professionals in the A/E/C industry have at least heard of LEED for … Continue reading Last chance to add your input on the 2015 ICC 700 National Green Building Standard