Kegler Brown’s Construction Practice Honored with Award

Kegler Brown is honored to have been selected to receive a 2018 CLSA Law Firm Award from the Construction Lawyers Society of America. Based on independent research by the CLSA, as well as the input of CLSA Fellows, the Law Firm Award is given to firms across North America in recognition of excellence in construction […]

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Mike Madigan Named Fellow of Construction Lawyers Society of America

Kegler Brown is proud to announce that Mike Madigan, a Director in the firm’s Construction practice area, has been selected as a Fellow of the Construction Lawyers Society of America (CLSA). The CLSA is an invitation-only honorary society with an international membership base focused on recognizing outstanding attorneys who practice in any number of the […]

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AIA Retires A201-2007 General Conditions on October 31

Many in the industry commonly utilized the AIA documents, often with significant revisions. The core of many of these documents are the AIA General Conditions (A201) with the parties frequently using the 2007 version as a starting point. AIA typically modifies its contract documents every ten (10) years and released its latest edition of the […]

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One-Sided Arbitration Clause: Contractor’s Right to Unilaterally Choose Arbitration Upheld

Subcontractors are often asked to sign a subcontract giving the general contractor the right to, in its sole discretion, choose arbitration or litigation to resolve subcontract disputes. Many view these clauses as unfair, and whether such clauses are even enforceable is not settled, which means that state and federal courts across the country have come […]

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Federal Arbitration Act Trumps Class Actions: Arbitration Agreements Mean What They Say

The U.S. Supreme Court in a 5-4 Decision authored by Justice Gorsuch recently found in favor of employer (not employee) rights when enforcing arbitration agreements. The Supreme Court ruled that employees could not ignore individual arbitration agreements and band together to challenge wage and hour or other labor law violations. The Court pointed out that […]

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