Lenore Marema and Lawrence LeClair's Articles

Surety Industry Advocates for Inclusion of Bonds on Federal and State P3s

Even though procurement methods have evolved—including the use of P3s—construction remains a risky business, making the protections that surety bonds provide for taxpayers’ investments and the payment guarantees for subcontractors and suppliers just as relevant and important in P3s. 

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A Potential Gap in Indemnity Coverage
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