Sometimes you “do” bad things.  Sometimes you “look like” you do bad things.  Just look at the difference between Bad-boy Jack and my youngest daughter, Haven, who just “looks like” she’s up to no good.  In the world of construction contracting, both can get in you in trouble, including a termination for default of performance.

As a construction attorney, I have been on both the sending side and receiving side of a request for a time extension. In the construction world of competitive bidding, however, the request for an extension can create problems. Today’s post illustrates one of those problems.
Continue Reading Formal and Informal Bid Extensions on a Construction Project

I am in San Francisco this week for the MidWinter Conference of the American Bar Association Forum on the Construction Industry.  The topic this year is "Government Construction Contracting" and I will be tweeting under the hashtag #ABAConstruct.

Federal Contracting in San Francisco

In news relevant to Federal contractors, construction industry players and Californians, the San Francisco Business Times reported