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All articles in this issue of the ConstructionRisk.Com Report, unless otherwise indicated, are written by J. Kent Holland, a construction lawyer located in Tysons Corner, Virginia, (formerly with Wickwire Gavin, P.C. and now with Construction Risk Counsel, PLLC) representing design professionals, contractors and project owners. He is admitted to practice law in Virginia and Maryland. He is also president of ConstructionRisk, LLC, a consulting firm providing consulting services to owners, design professionals, contractors and attorneys on construction projects. He provides the construction risk management website (www.ConstructionRisk.com), and publishes ConstructionRisk.com Report with 8 to 12 issues per year, as a complimentary newsletter providing case notes, articles and commentary on risk management issues concerning construction projects. He may be reached at Kent@ConstructionRisk.com or by calling 703-623-1932. Permission is granted to reprint or republish any article herein that is authored by Mr. Holland, provided that attribution to the author and publication (including website address) is given and the issue is cited in the following format: ConstructionRisk.com Report, Vol. 12 No. 7 (Nov 2010), J. Kent Holland, www.ConstructionRisk.com.
 

ConstructionRisk.com Report (March 2017)

  • A1 - Contractor Under a GMP Contract Cannot Make Indemnification Claim against Engineer for Inaccurate Design Documents that Caused Extra Costs where there was no Third Party Claim
  • A2 - Prime Contractor not Liable for Injuries of Subcontractor’s Employee where Prime Retained no Control of Individual’s Work
  • A3 - Project Owner Not Liable for Injuries of Employee of Contractor

ConstructionRisk.com Report (February 2017)

  • A1 - Notice of Claim Requirement Flows Down from Prime Agreement and is Strictly Applied to Disallow Subcontractor Claim
  • A2 - “No-Damages-for-Delay” Clause Enforced Even If Project Ineptly Planned and Managed
  • A3 - Contractor’s Tortious Interference Judgment against County Engineer Reversed because Engineer Acted Within Scope of Contract
  • A4 - Insurance Carrier Not Liable to Homeowner for Injuries and Damages Allegedly Caused by Defective Repairs Performed by a Contractor Recommended by Carrier
  • A5 - Project Owner May Lose Right to Use A/E’s Copyrighted Documents Due to Failure to Pay Invoices

ConstructionRisk.com Report (January 2017)

  • A1 - Private Engineering firm Qualifies for governmental immunity when working as City Engineer
  • A2 - Subcontract Bidder Must Honor its Bid to GC (Promissory Estoppel)
  • A3 - Subcontract Bidder Excused from Executing Contract with Prime Contractor
  • A4 - Teaming Agreement is Unenforceable: Merely an Agreement to Agree in the Future
  • A5 - Engineer Liable for Rainwater Tank Collapse Where it Failed to Provide Appropriate RFI Responses to Contractor
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