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Building Better Construction Contracts 2014
Patrick J. O'Connor, Timothy R. Twomey
Corporate & Securities, Litigation, Real Estate
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1. AIA Document A141™–2014
Chapter 2. Design Build Contract Relationships
Chapter 3. AIA Document A141™–2004
Chapter 4. Bruner and O’Connor on Construction Law—Excerpts from Chapter 6: Project Delivery Methods and Contract Pricing Arrangements
Chapter 5. Arbitration and The Unauthorized Practice of Law
Chapter 6. Standard Form of Agreement Between Owner and Design-Builder—Lump Sum (Document No. 525, Second Edition, 2010)
Chapter 7. Standard Form of General Conditions of Contract Between Owner and Design-Builder (Document No. 535, Second Edition, 2010)
Chapter 8. ConsensusDocs™ 410.1—Standard Design-Build Agreement and General Conditions Between Owner and Design Builder (Where the Basis of Payment is the Cost of the Work Plus a Fee with a GMP)
Chapter 9. ConsensusDocs™ 410–Standard Design-Build Agreement and General Conditions Between Owner and Design Builder (Cost of the Work Plus a Fee with a GMP)
Chapter 10. Project-Specific Professional Liability Insurance And Alternative Project Delivery Methods: Risk Allocation Considerations and Functional Alignment
Chapter 11. Project-Specific Professional Liability Insurance And Alternative Project Delivery Methods: Risk Allocation Considerations and Functional Alignment (PowerPoint Slides)
Chapter 12. Trends in Design-Build Contracting (April 21, 2014)
Chapter 13. For Your Consideration: A Catalog of Issues Faced in Transnational Architecture, Engineering, and Construction Contracts (April 21, 2014)
Chapter 14. The Peril of Being Everything to an Owner: A Case Study in Fiduciary Obligation and Recommendations for Mitigating Exposure to Fiduciary Liability (April 2014)
Chapter 15. 2014 Update: UPL Restrictions Applicable to ADR Proceedings
Chapter 16. The Lawyers Use of Social Media—Avoiding Ethical Issues
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