When embarking on a new design or construction contract, all parties hope the road will be smooth and that any bumps can be handled by agreement. However, real disputes do occur. When they do, a well-crafted contract can provide rules for resolution. It is best to formulate those rules before disputes arise. In my recent article for the Daily Journal of Commerce, I outline some areas to address in your contracts that can help all parties navigate towards project success. Read the full article here.
“Expect the Best, Prepare for the Worst” was originally published by the Daily Journal of Commerce on March 18, 2016.