Michael P. Subak, Chair
International Construction Arbitration
Pepper Named Construction Law Firm of the Year, Capping Record-Setting Year for Construction Practice Group
Pepper Hamilton Lawyers Named to Southern California Rising Stars
Changes to American Institute of Architects' Standard Forms Reflect Industry Practice
Shedding Light on the AAA's Streamlined Three-Arbitrator Panel Option
September 26-28, 2018
Eighth International SCL Conference, 'After the Dispute Dust Settles: Exploring Common Causes and Cures of Megaprojects'
November 7-9, 2018
2018 Design-Build Conference & Expo, 'The Ten Most Important Legal Issues in Design/Build Agreements'
Fixed-Price Contracts Are Simple - Or Are They?
2014 Construction SuperConference Recap and Lessons for 2015
Ohio Court of Appeals Rules That Architect's Authority Does Not Extend to Advancing Payments to Subcontractors, and Architect's Liability Does Not Extend to Guaranteeing Subcontractors' Work
Under California's Prompt Payment Statute, a Direct Contractor May Not Withhold Retention From a Subcontractor Simply Because a Dispute Exists Between the Parties. To Allow Withholding, the Dispute Must Relate Directly to the Specific Retention Amount Due.
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