Bidding and Tendering - What is the Law? 4th Edition
Spend Your Money on Construction, Not Litigation The unique Canadian rules for bidding on construction projects - and just about everything else - have evolved rapidly ever since the Supreme Court of Canadas landmark Ron Engineering decision in 1981. The decision has spawned well over a thousand lawsuits, with plenty more likely. Lawsuits can be ...
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Construction Dispute Resolution Handbook
This best practices manual will show you how to use alternative dispute resolution to handle construction disputes. Construction mediation experts Silver and Furlong explain strategies for minimizing conflict before, during and after a project. You'll achieve solutions faster, save significant amounts of money, and maintain business relationships for future projects.
Construction Law in Canada
Construction Projects from A to Z Construction projects are complex by nature and demand input from a range of professionals. Construction Law in Canada is the first Canadian resource to address all relevant issues in a single, convenient volume. With this book on your desk, youll be able to advise your clients knowledgeably, efficiently, and ...
Construction Law Letter - Newsletter
For over 20 years, the Construction Law Letter has reported on every important court decision in Canada affecting the construction industry. There are very few construction claims, disputes or legal problems that it hasn't, in one form or another, covered. Construction Law Letter helps you learn from the mistakes of others. But more important, it ...
Government Procurement, 3rd Edition
Reduce the Threat of Bid Litigation Government procurement is designed to open a level playing field for suppliers. As deals keep getting bigger and stakes keep getting higher, public institutions need to get the job done right. Failing to do so can lead to lengthy litigation, unfavourable audits and detrimental media coverage. Government ...
Municipal Procurement, 2nd Edition
Improving Municipal Contracting Laws and practices governing municipal procurement should produce fair and competitive bidding, efficient procurement and prudent fiscal management. Too often, they don't. Municipalities need to know how to recognize, mitigate and if possible avoid the problems that feature frequently in media and auditor general ...