Construction Contracts and Bankruptcy

Construction Contracts and Bankruptcy

Construction Contracts and Bankruptcy: The Ultimate in “Value Engineering” You have just learned that the other party to your contract has filed for bankruptcy. That party owes you money for past work and the project is not yet completed. This is a difficult and...
Demanding General Contractors and How to Meet Them Halfway

Demanding General Contractors and How to Meet Them Halfway

Some of the most frequently asked questions we hear are triggered by the disparities between the insurance coverage available to design professionals and the demands made for coverage by general contractors and their standard contracts. This is a nuanced area, and you...
Privacy Protection Claims Scenarios

Privacy Protection Claims Scenarios

Are Your Design Professional Clients Covered?  Privacy Protection issues are not going away. The technology risks that companies face today are more complex than ever before and no company is immune to the risks. An email with a virus was specifically sent to an...
Performance Bond Issues

Performance Bond Issues

Most construction contracts for major projects and almost all contracts with public entities will require performance bonds and payment bonds.Most design professionals are not structured financially to have the necessary financial assets to induce a Surety Company to...
Corona Virus & Business Interruption Insurance

Corona Virus & Business Interruption Insurance

A question we’re starting to see appear is if business interruption insurance applies to a virus outbreak. The National Law Review has a thoughtful article on this topic titled: “Coronavirus: Factors for the Insurance Industry to Consider − Part 1 Business...
Small Projects Carry Risks Too

Small Projects Carry Risks Too

JUST A RABBIT? SMALL PROJECTS CAN BITE Who doesn’t love a good Monty Python reference? With our latest ProNetwork Newsletter, Just a Rabbit? Small Projects Can Bite, we’ve proven that the classic moments in Monty Python and the Holy Grail can be made analogous to...