It happens all the time! The owner-contractor agreement contains a “no damages for delay” clause; a clause requiring that all changes be in writing before work is performed; and a clause requiring partial lien waivers and releases with each periodic payment.  And yet we see a claim for delays and extras filed at the end

Many jurisdictions have allowed construction activities to continue through the COVID-19 pandemic. But the “stay at home” restrictions have varied from a state to state. Restrictions vary depending on whether the project is public infrastructure, to commercial, to health care, to multifamily and residential. (Make sure that you confirm your particular jurisdiction’s orders to see

Contractor licensing violations raise serious concerns for all parties. For an owner, an unlicensed contractor may affect financing options on one end and the contractor’s entitlement to recover profits on the other end. For contractors, a licensing violation can have a crippling effect on all projects, the ability to perform, and the ultimate ability to