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Construction Litigation Reporter

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Brand: Clark Boardman Callaghan
Copyright: 1998-2022
Service #: 14047937
Sub #: 14047936
Publication Frequency: Updated monthly
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Construction Litigation Reporter


Periodically released


Subscription service billed annually

Published eleven times each year, Construction Litigation Reporter provides comprehensive coverage of state and federal decisions concerning all aspects of construction law.

The reporter summarizes the most recent judicial opinions, often followed by insightful analysis and research on the topics addressed by the court. Stay up-to-date with pertinent caselaw, whether your client is an architect or engineer, a private or public owner, or a contractor, materialman, insurer, or surety. Occasional articles by practitioners are also featured. Topics include:

  • Arbitration and alternative dispute resolution
  • Design professional licensing and liability
  • Bids and public contracts
  • Contractors and subcontractors
  • Damages
  • Delays
  • Differing site conditions
  • Economic loss rule
  • Indemnity
  • Insurance
  • Limitations
  • Mechanics’ liens
  • Payment disputes
  • Project delivery methods
  • Suretyship
  • Worksite accidents/safety

This reporter:

  • Helps you understand how recent judicial decisions directly affect your cases
  • Puts cases in context with easy-to-understand summaries and review of the larger legal context
  • Practical commentary illuminates the court's reasoning and suggests arguments and strategies applicable to your cases
  • Helps you locate additional information through research references at the end of case summaries
  • Each issue contains a subject matter index, table of cases and jurisdiction index
  • Easily find past rulings and developments with the Reporter's annual indexes