Hard Hat bLAWg
Welcome! The HardhatbLAWg is a construction-focused blog with an emphasis on the law, authored by Reese J. Henderson, Jr. Esq.
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SLOPPY DRAFTING FORCES TRIAL ON PRICE PROVISIONS IN MULTI-MILLION DOLLAR CONSTRUCTION PROJECT LAWSUIT
Contracting drafting is an art that is often underappreciated by both owners and contractors. When submitting bids for construction work, the words used in the bidding documents matter and the use of imprecise language can leave much to the imagination of the reader, which is not helpful when a dispute arises that results inContinue reading “SLOPPY DRAFTING FORCES TRIAL ON PRICE PROVISIONS IN MULTI-MILLION DOLLAR CONSTRUCTION PROJECT LAWSUIT”
By: Reese J. Henderson, Jr., Esq. Contracting with a government entity for construction or other services is a process fraught with challenges for any government contractor. Errors or omissions in the bid package, ambiguities in the plans, cumbersome security clearance procedures and other factors can make contracting with the government – and, in particular, theContinue reading “RELEASE LANGUAGE IN GOVERNMENT-ISSUED MODIFICATION COSTS CONTRACTOR MILLIONS ON APPEAL”
If a construction dispute arises and is not resolved, it often results in a lawsuit being filed. Because lawsuits are expensive and can take years to resolve, this gave rise to “alternative dispute resolution” or ADR. ADR is shorthand for any method to resolve a dispute more quickly and efficiently than litigation. Mediation is aContinue reading “Mediation vs. Arbitration: What is the Difference?”
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