On June 10, I will be co-chairing and my colleague Colm Nelson will be a panelist during the annual mid-year WSBA Construction Law Section CLE.  This program is a full-day webinar presented by the WSBA in partnership with Stoel Rives and will cover construction law updates, public works issues, and judicial perspectives on litigation in

An unfortunate side effect of growing economic stimulus and infrastructure spending is an environment that encourages unethical and illegal bidding practices. In my latest article for the Daily Journal of Commerce, I look at several categories of such practices and provide some strategies for firms to reduce their prevalence. Read the full article here

A California appellate court has clarified for public owners and contractors (a) what the results may be if the owner does not timely sign a change order and (b) under what circumstances a change order is required. In G. Voskanian Construction, Inc. v. Alhambra Unified School District, No. B221005 (Cal. Ct. App. Mar. 29, 2012)