Spring Newsletter 2017
Construction Legal Edge

March 20, 2017

By: Spring Newsletter 2017 Construction Legal Edge , Martha S. Helmreich

Articles in This Issue:

  1. Superior Court of PA Again Calls on Legislature to Amend Workers’ Compensation Law to Permit an Injured Employee of a Subcontractor to Recover Damages Against a General Contractor
  2. Preserving & Collecting Electronically Stored Information for Construction Litigation
  3. Is Liquid Concrete Potentially an “Unreasonable Dangerous” Product for Purposes of a Personal Injury Claim?
  4. A Tale of an Architect’s Office: Design for the 21st Century Office
  5. The Misuse of Estimates in Forensic Delay Analysis: Forensic Schedule Analyses & As-Built Critical Path Analysis

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