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Monthly Archives: October 2014

Arbitration—No Opportunity for Appeal

Posted in Arbitration

Last week I presented to the Great Plains Chapter of the American Society of Professional Estimators on arbitration and litigation. Some of the questions related to the difficulty of appealing an arbitrator’s decision. A Florida appellate court recently confirmed this … Continue reading

Union THUGS Plead Guilty

Posted in Unioin Campaign

Some time ago, I wrote about union THUGS (The Helpful Union Guys) that tormented merit shops to force contractors to use union labor on projects. The THUGS set fire to equipment, beat contractors with baseball bats, and picketed apartment complexes … Continue reading

When Do You Call Your Lawyer?

Posted in Construction Law

The National Association of Home Builders recently conducted a survey asking its members about the legal issues they faced in the last 12 months and whether they consulted their attorney to deal with the problem. Below are some highlights of … Continue reading