Construction Law Articles
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- Asbestos Notification and Inspection Requirements for Demolition and Renovation Work.
- Child Labor Law restrictions on Construction Sites
- Claims on Performance and Payment Bonds in Ohio
- Contractor's Reliance on Plans and Specifications
- Economic waste and limitations of damages for construction defects
- Employer May Not Count Discretionary Payments to Employees as Prevailing Wage
- Enforcing an agreement to arbitrate
- Indemnification Clauses in Construction Contracts
- Insurers have an obligation to defend and indemnify resulting construction damages.
- Invoicing, Lien Waivers and Failure to Pay Invoices
- Lien Affidavit
- Limitations on Subcontractor Claims for Unjust Enrichment
- No Damage for Delay Clauses in Ohio
- Notice of Commencement
- Notice of Furnishing
- Ohio Appellate Court Finds $277,900 Liquidated Damages Award Unenforceable
- Ohio's Fairness in Contracting Law
- Presenting payment claims on Federal projects in Ohio (The Miller Act)
- Preserving and perfecting lien claims against Ohio oil and gas wells
- Prompt Payment Act Damages
- Schedule and Delay Clauses in Construction Contracts
- The Scope of Insurance Coverage for Defective Construction
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