Our firm’s construction law attorneys have had the privilege of authoring a number of books, manuals and chapters that represent some of the most respected and widely disseminated sources in the country for insight into construction law matters. Recently, the firm’s Nicholas D. Siegfried and B. Michael Clark, Jr. (pictured above) co-authored chapters in the new book published by the American Bar Association titled “Construction Subcontracting: A Comprehensive Practical and Legal Guide.”
The new volume, which is available for $199.95 from the ABA by clicking here, focuses on the participation and contribution of subcontractors with diverse skills and capabilities in construction projects. It examines the legal relationships between the many parties in a typical construction project, including general contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, designers, and others. As with the projects on which these parties work, the relationships, rights, obligations and remedies among them can, and often do, become quite complicated.
The new book was developed by a team of experienced attorneys, and it covers the subcontract document and performance; insurance, bonding and licensure; disputes and different methods for resolution; special project issues, including public projects, alternative delivery methods, and green/sustainable building; and other contracting arrangements. Siegfried in the co-author of the chapter on the subcontract formation in the section focusing on the subcontract document, and Clark is the co-author of the chapter on licensure in the section on insurance, bonding and licensure.
Our firm congratulates Nicholas Siegfried and Michael Clark for their work in helping to make this new volume from the ABA an invaluable resource for construction law practitioners.