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Anticipating project disputes

Thursday, September 15, 2016 @ 8:00 PM | By Corey Sandquist

Construction and infrastructure projects involve intertwined moving parts, parties and competing and complementary interests. As such, projects become a hearty breeding ground for changes, disputes, claims and litigation.

However, addressing claims and changes is often an afterthought, only to come to the forefront of the project team’s minds during the heat of construction or toward the end of the project.

Project counsel and project dispute counsel offer a proactive solution. We will focus on project dispute counsel for this article and demonstrate an example of how...