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Smith, Currie and Hancock's Common Sense Construction Law A Practical Guide for the Construction Professionalby Unknown
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Smith, Currie & Hancock LLP was founded in 1965. With offices in Atlanta, Georgia; Charlotte, North Carolina; Tallahassee and Ft. Lauderdale, Florida; Las Vegas, Nevada; and Washington, D.C., the firm has nationally recognized practices in the areas of construction law, government contracts, and environmental law. The firm represents clients in all fifty states, as well as Mexico, Canada, South America, Europe, Africa, and Asia.
THOMAS J. KELLEHER Jr. is a Senior Partner with Smith, Currie & Hancock LLP.
G. Scott Walters is a Partner with Smith, Currie & Hancock LLP.
Table of Contents
|The Legal Context of Construction|
|Alternative Contracting Methods|
|Preparing to Work In A New State: Preproposal and Performance Considerations|
|Competing For the Contract|
|Intepreting the Contract|
|The Uniform Construction Code and the Construction Industry|
|The Authority and Responsibility of the Design official|
|Subcontract Administration and Dispute Avoidance|
|Differening Site Conditions|
|Schedules, Delays, and Acceleration|
|Inspection, Acceptance, Warranties, and Commissioning|
|Management Techniques to Limit Risks and Avoid Disputes|
|Performance Bonds and Termination|
|Proving Costs and Damages|
|Construction Industry Environmental and Safety Concerns|
|Labor and Employment Issues Affecting the Construction Industry|
|Bankruptcy in the Construction Setting|
|Resolution of Construction Disputes of Federal Government Construction Contract Disputes|
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