Construction Law Report, Spring 2011

Construction Law Report, Spring 20112021-06-21T20:14:59+00:00
04.17.2011 // NEWS, Newsletters
Construction Law Report, Spring 2011

Inside This Issue are the following articles:

  • “Potholes in the Road to Resolution: Problems with Oregon’s Notice and Cure Act,” by Daniel T. Goldstein
  • “Federal Construction Contracts: Avoid Trouble by Knowing the Contracting Officer’s Authority,” by Mark G. Jackson
  • “Subcontractor Default Insurance – A Viable Alternative to Bonds?” by Christopher M. Walters

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Ball Janik LLP was founded in 1982 with six lawyers and a four-person support staff in Portland, Oregon. Since our firm’s inception, we have expanded our capabilities, our professionals, and geographic footprint. What started as a firm focused in real property and land use (known then as Ball Janik & Novack), has grown to include the insights of a team of 30-plus attorneys, with a combined six centuries of experience, and capabilities including Real Estate and Land Use, Construction Defect, Commercial Litigation, Insurance Recovery, Construction and Design, Employment, Finance and Corporate, Public Agencies and Schools, and Community Associations. With offices in Florida and Oregon, our regional growth has earned us a national reputation for upholding the rights of our clients.

Ball Janik LLP has been recognized by Chambers USA, U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers®, The Best Lawyers in America©, and Corporate International. Ball Janik LLP’s success and integrity have repeatedly made it one of “Oregon’s Most Admired Professional Firms,” according to the Portland Business Journal’s survey results of CEOs throughout the region.

Christopher M. Walters
Portland, Oregon
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