Gerald I. Katz

Gerald I. Katz is an attorney specializing in construction law throughout the United States with Katz & Stone LLP, Suite 600, 8230 Leesburg Pike, Vienna, VA 22182; www.katzandstone.com.

Why You Need Written Authorization of Change Orders

Contractor who crossed out

Owner Not A Third-Party Beneficiary of A General Contractor-Subcontractor Contract

Maintain Your Lien Rights

Inaction, Silence or Implication Can Modify a Written Contract

Contractor has a Duty to Seek Clarification of Ambiguous Terms

Make Sure Final Payment You Accept is all You Plan to Get

Failure to Comply with Notice of Claim Can Invalidate Valid Claims

When Do Contract Changes Not Have to Be in Writing?

Make sure

Court dismisses mechanic's lien claim because filing information not complete

Delay clause not enforceable when delay not contemplated by the parties

Oral promise not enforceable contract.

Subs control destiny when GC terminated

 

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