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Dispute Resolution

Understanding the Most Common Reasons for Construction Disputes

Construction disputes happen when one of the parties involved in a project files a complaint with the other parties because it feels that the contract is not being followed as they agreed to it. Any party involved in a project has the ability to raise a dispute, and disputes can be raised for a wide […]

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Maintaining Positive Professional Relationships During Construction Arbitration

Construction arbitration can happen between any two parties, even if they have an amicable relationship. Often, disputes arise as a result of a simple disagreement about work performed or materials provided and can be easily resolved without ever seriously comprising the relationship between the opposing parties.  If you find yourself in a situation where arbitration […]

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Benefits of Construction Arbitration

Arbitration is one of the ways that construction companies resolve disputes without going to court. In many ways, it is similar to adjudication. However, it has a distinct difference that makes it useful in specific situations. Many companies choose it for its cost-effective conflict resolution system so that they can avoid costly and difficult lawsuits. […]

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Texas Law Trumps All in a Construction Dispute

Construction disputes can be an absolute mess. When a construction dispute emerges, construction professionals must navigate a complex web of conflicting federal, state, and local laws. This web only becomes more complicated when disputes are subject to the laws of another state. Fortunately, Texas is one of 24 states that limit the validity of forum-selection […]

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Scope of Work Is the Leading Cause of Construction Disputes

In the construction industry, it’s not a matter of “if” but “when” the next dispute will emerge. Contractors are faced with a myriad of project concerns — demanding working conditions, inclement weather, cash flow issues — all of which can result in a dispute. However, none of these are the number one cause of construction […]

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