2020s Most Read Construction Law Articles

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The ConsensusDocs Team provides their blog's top five most read articles.

January 25, 2021
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2020 was . . . well . . . well it was memorable. Among many other things, construction was recognized as essential and ConsensusDocs published industry firsts in addressing prefabricated construction and lean for design-build, as well as 8 comprehensively revised performance and payment bonds. We also saw unprecedented readership of our construction law newsletter. As we celebrate the end of 2020 and wish you a happy new year, we continue a new a tradition of recognizing the below most read construction law articles of the year.

The ConsensusDocs Team.

5. Level 10 Construction v. Sea World LLC: Can Force Majeure Save Sea World?

By: Jamey B. Collidge Associate, Troutman Pepper.

4. The Designer’s Pre-bid Standard Of Care In A Design-Build Project

By: Joshua A. Morehouse Associate, Peckar & Abramson P.C.



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