If you have spent any length of time in the construction industry, you know that it is not uncommon for disputes to arise on projects.
Far too often, parties are placed in a situation where they must commence litigation to obtain full or additional compensation owed for work performed on a job. On the other hand, parties are often forced to defend themselves in litigation even when they are not at fault. Once a dispute arises to the level of litigation, many businesses, whether they are the plaintiff or the defendant, have asked themselves three questions:
(1) Where can I find a lawyer?
(2) How much is this going to cost me?
(3) How could I have avoided this?
This book focuses on preparing for the unexpected.