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How Contractors Can Avoid Disputes With Their Customers Part 2

Although disputes can never be completely eliminated from your construction projects, following the tips in part one and this final section will better protect you from disputes. In addition to these, reviewing your disputes clause before a dispute arises is imperative. Understanding the processes involved in negotiating and settling a dispute is important, too. For […]

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How Contractors Can Avoid Disputes With Their Customers Part 1

Every year, thousands of complaints are submitted against construction contractors, but few contractors realize that many of these complaints could have been avoided. If you want to run an efficient and (almost) problem-free business, read these tips provided by our Knoxville contractor lawyers. In the first part of our two-part series, we will discuss two […]

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4 Methods for Resolving a Dispute Part 2

Disputes are inevitable when you work in construction. As Chattanooga construction lawyers, we know that when conflicts happen, disputants are understandably confused about how to settle their conflicts. Suppose negotiation or mediation, as discussed in part one, does not provide you with the outcome you were hoping for. If this is the case, your next […]

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4 Methods for Resolving a Dispute Part 1

Construction projects can take years to complete and involve numerous people to see a project through to completion. Due to many moving parts, conflicts can and often do arise. Construction professionals need an efficient means for resolving these conflicts in order to maintain their current project as well as to keep future project opportunities on […]

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Alternative Dispute Resolution for Roofers

If you are having a conflict with a subcontractor regarding their work, you have access to several legal options to remedy the situation. You should examine your dispute and the other party’s stance before deciding on the best course of legal action for you. It is important to consider alternative dispute resolutions before proceeding with […]

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Mediation Best Practices for Contractors Part 2

Starting every project with a strong contract drafted by a contractor attorney in Mobile, AL and working with reasonable clients will help you resolve any disagreements quickly. However, some disagreements are not settled so easily, and a mediation may be necessary. This last section will focus on three more tips: having the right representation, being […]

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Mediation Best Practices for Contractors Part 1

If you work in the construction industry long enough, you will likely find yourself in a dispute someday. Sometimes litigation or alternative dispute resolution methods such as mediation or arbitration are necessary. Mediation is one of the quickest, cheapest, and most efficient ways to resolve your disputes. In this two-part article, our construction lawyers in […]

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The Slavin Doctrine: A Defense Against Third Party Lawsuits

Even with your best efforts issues may still arise. One area of concern many contractors should be aware of is the possibility of litigation regarding a project you’ve moved on from. If after the completion of a construction project you receive a complaint of injury from a third party, a Tampa construction attorney can help […]

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How Pre-Claim Payment Demands Help You Save Money

Litigation is expensive and time-consuming, so avoiding a legal battle in court is always preferable to the alternative. If you provided materials, labor, or services as a subcontractor, materials supplier, professional, or laborer, but haven’t been paid, you can serve the debtor a payment bond claim. However, this might not be your best option if […]

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What You Need to Know About Change Orders Part 6

Construction disputes can occur for a variety of reasons. When adjustments need to be made to a project, disputes only become more prevalent and often result in the need for a Fort Lauderdale construction lawyer. In this six-part article, in sections one, two, three, four, and five, we covered everything you need to know about […]

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