March 23, 2020
Coronavirus in Construction: Plan Now for After the Outbreak
Now is the time to plan – and act – for what will come at the end of the coronavirus outbreak. With project delays inevitable in the era of COVID-19, James Dash offers advice on what you can do now to avoid future lawsuits and to advance your business interests.
In this pandemic, it is not unimaginable that there will be disruptions and delays in construction projects, leading to delay claims by owners and other upstream parties.
So, what can you do now to avoid future lawsuits and advance your business interests?
In an article for the State Bar of Wisconsin Construction & Public Contract Law Section blog, James Dash gives practical advice on steps to take to plan now for after the pandemic, in Coronavirus in Construction: Plan Now for After the Outbreak.
James M. Dash, Houston 1985, is a founding equity member with Carlson Dash LLC in Pleasant Prairie.
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