The Architect's Decision to Perform Construction Administration Services and How to Manage the Risk
Staying involved with a project after the design phase allows architects to address construction issues before they turn into potential litigation.
Understanding Contractual Insurance Requirements
Insurance is critical to the construction industry. Commonly misunderstood insurance requirements can lead to coverage issues for design professionals and contractors.
New York’s Pay-When-Paid Clauses
Pay-When-Paid clauses in New York do not extend payment indefinitely and cannot be used as a strategy to extinguish a party’s responsibility for making a promised payment to a third party.
The Four Things I Wish My Clients Would Do
Avoiding claims against design professionals is a difficult task considering the changing manner in which business is done, not to mention the types of risks that never existed not so long ago.
Three Ways To Prevent Litigation Malpractice
There are many simple risk management techniques that can be taken by any litigation practitioner that can significantly help prevent common legal malpractice claims.
Lessons Learned from the Pandemic
The Pandemic caused businesses in the construction industry to react to unforeseen challenges. However, this experience should prepare the industry for a potentially different looking future.
New York City Local Law 97 – Impact of the Green New Deal on Design Professionals
Local Law 97 will affect over 50,000 existing residential and commercial buildings across the city, benefitting the environment, and in turn design professionals, by creating new avenues of business.