Category Archives: Damages

Claims and Disputes: Claims Avoidance Strategies and Building a Sound Claims Defense

Avoiding or minimizing claims requires a conscientious approach to contract drafting and project planning as well as a proactive approach with adequate management and control techniques during the project execution phase. Continue reading Claims and Disputes: Claims Avoidance Strategies and Building a Sound Claims Defense

Can We Steal from International Arbitration to Improve Domestic Construction Arbitration?

The Society of Construction Law North America (SCL NA) and the American College of Construction Lawyers co-hosted the panel. Anamaria Popescu is chair of SCL NA. Continue reading Can We Steal from International Arbitration to Improve Domestic Construction Arbitration?

Osgoode Certificate in Construction Law: Western Canada Edition

Rick Moffat and Niamh Ni Chroinin were program faculty and discussed “Construction Claims – Legal and Technical: Extras, Change of Scope, Productivity, Delay and Impact Claims, Quantifying Loss” on March 1. Continue reading Osgoode Certificate in Construction Law: Western Canada Edition