You Can't Make This Stuff Up: The Human Condition Meets Construction Law

In my recent article “You Can’t Make This Stuff Up: The Human Condition Meets Construction Law,” published in the Daily Journal of Commerce, I outline the bizarre, seemingly impossible litigation matters of the Construction and Design business. The article touches on a variety of past cases, including an employee stabbing himself in the eye during a safety meeting, an architect arrested for manslaughter of a fireman in connection with a faulty fireplace design, and sexual harassment charges against a foreman for buying a subordinate “romantic” gifts such as a bug zapper, an extension cord and a wheelbarrow.

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