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Construction Dispute Litigation 2018 Edition

Comprehensive handbook devoted to the litigation of construction disputes.
  • Product ID: 18CONDISPLITU
  • Formats:
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Description

This updated title is devoted to the litigation of construction disputes, including 20 chapters and numerous forms. This comprehensive guide will help both new and seasoned litigators get successful results with expert advice on dealing with the multitude of participants and issues in the construction process. The chapters cover the parties to the construction process, including the architect/engineer, general contractor, subcontractors, and lender; and specific issues unique to construction litigation, including acceleration and delay, scope changes and differing site conditions, construction defects, disruption/loss of productivity, and construction accidents. It also includes a thorough analysis of sources of evidence, working with experts/consultants, special defenses, recovery of damages and attorneys' fees, mediation, and arbitration.

Chapter 1 — Responsibilities and Liabilities of Architects and Engineers for Construction Failures
Heidi Hennig Rowe and Jeremy S. Baker, Schiff Hardin LLP, Chicago

Chapter 2 — Claims Against General Contractors
Geoffrey A. Bryce, Bryce Downey & Lenkov LLC, Chicago

Chapter 3 — Subcontractor Claims
Samuel H. Levine, Miller, Canfield, Paddock and Stone, P.L.C., Chicago

Chapter 4 — Claims Against Sureties
Richard P. Reichstein, Law Offices of Richard P. Reichstein, Ltd., Chicago

Chapter 5 — Claims Against Construction Lenders
Diana Bowman, Schiff Hardin LLP, Chicago

Chapter 6 — Claims Arising out of Construction Accidents
Douglas J. Palandech and Samuel R. Leist, Foran Glennon Palandech Ponzi & Rudloff PC, Chicago

Chapter 7 — Claims Involving Termination or Suspension
Kevin L. Kolton, Schiff Hardin LLP, Chicago

Chapter 8 — Claims for Disruption/Loss of Productivity
Jeffrey H. Winick, Jeffrey B. Charkow, and John Paul Lujan, Harris Winick Harris LLP, Chicago

Chapter 9 — Claims for Acceleration and Delay
Kenneth M. Roberts and Virgil R. Montgomery, Schiff Hardin LLP, Chicago

Chapter 10 — Insurance Coverage for Construction Defect Claims
Clifford J. Shapiro, Barnes & Thornburg LLP, and Jeffrey B. Charkow, Harris Winick Harris LLP, Chicago

Chapter 11 — Scope Changes and Differing Site Conditions
Timothy R. Conway and John S. Mrowiec, Conway & Mrowiec, Chicago

Chapter 12 — Representing the Owner
Lorence H. Slutzky, Law Office of Lorence H. Slutzky, Ltd., Chicago

Chapter 13 — Sources of Evidence (Discovery)
Dennis J. Powers, DLA Piper, and Lawrence S. Gosewisch, Adler Murphy McQuillen LLP, Chicago

Chapter 14 — Working with Experts/Consultants
Justin L. Weisberg, K&L Gates LLP, Chicago

Chapter 15 — Special Defenses to Construction Claims
Ryanne Bush Dent, Michael Pisano, and Eric L. Singer, Ice Miller LLP, Lisle

Chapter 16 — The Owner’s Recovery of Damages
Lorence H. Slutzky, Law Office of Lorence H. Slutzky, Ltd., Chicago

Chapter 17 — Contractors’ and Subcontractors’ Damages
Randolph E. Ruff, Eric A. Berg, and Jonathan M. Mraunac, Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C., Chicago

Chapter 18 — Recovery of Attorneys’ Fees, Costs, and Expenses
Charles B. Lewis and Adam L. Gill, Duane Morris LLP, Chicago

Chapter 19 — Nonbinding Alternatives to Court Litigation for Resolving Construction Disputes
Paul M. Lurie and Jeremy S. Baker, Schiff Hardin LLP, Chicago

Chapter 20 — Arbitration
Paul M. Lurie and Jeremy S. Baker, Schiff Hardin LLP, Chicago

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