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A construction project is an especially complicated undertaking, requiring contributions from many participants with diverse skills and capabilities. This new book examines the legal relationships between the many parties in a typical construction project including general contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, and designers, among others. As with the projects on which these parties work, the relationships, rights, obligations, and remedies among them can, and often do, get quite complicated.
Construction Subcontracting: A Comprehensive Practical and Legal Guide brings together a team of experienced attorneys to examine this subject with both a breadth and depth of coverage. Topics include the subcontract document and performance; insurance, bonding and licensure; disputes and different methods for resolution; special project issues, including public projects, alternative delivery methods, and green/sustainable building; and other contracting arrangements.