General contractors: how's your subcontract?

In an article recently published in the Daily Journal of Commerce entitled “General Contractors: How’s Your Subcontract?,” I address five questions that general contractors should ask about their subcontracts. By definition, general contractors are caught in the middle between their owner-clients and their subcontractors—owners hold them responsible for their subcontractors’ work, so they must ensure that their subcontractors stand behind the work. A well-drafted subcontract helps a general contractor navigate these often tricky relationships.

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