Construction Law Letter - Newsletter + PDF
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For over 35 years, the Construction Law Letter has reported on every important court decision in Canada affecting the construction industry. Guided by Editor-in-Chief Harvey J. Kirsh, there are very few construction claims, disputes, or legal problems that it has not covered in some form.
Construction Law Letter helps you learn from others’ mistakes. But more importantly, it offers advice on damage control and how to use the law to your advantage before it's too late. This newsletter features concise case summaries accompanied by expert commentary from construction law lawyers. Find out how disputes started, what happened next, who lost and why!
You'll find up-to-date and practical information on legal issues such as: improper bid awards, breaches of contract, negligence, impact costs, liens, errors and omissions, change orders, delays or accelerations.
Construction Law Letter is available in three convenient subscription formats: Print Only, Print + PDF or PDF Only. The PDF version can be posted on your firm's Intranet so that all staff may benefit from this information-packed newsletter. Please note that the PDF version may be used for Internal Distribution only.
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