Construction Law Update: Fall 2013
September 1, 2013
In this issue: Good faith and fair dealing in federal procurement contracts: Which way will it go?; Risk allocation in construction contracts: The importance of differing site conditions clause; An REA by any other name: Recognizing the differences between claims and requests for equitable adjustment in federal construction projects; Arbitration clauses allowing one party to sue in court: Enforceable or not?; Recovery of investigative costs in construction defects cases; Contractors’ direct claims against design professionals in New Jersey may be barred by the Economic Loss Doctrine; Supreme Court to address enforcement of contractual forum selection clauses; Construction Law Group News.
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