David R. Cook and Chadd L. Reynolds's Articles

Resolving Disputes and Negotiating Contracts Without Breaking the Bank

Legal services are notoriously expensive, yet they are necessary to protect companies and their owners, assert legal rights, recover payment for construction services and defend against meritless claims. Attorneys are especially useful in developing and negotiating contracts and significant change orders, setting up corporate structures to minimize and maintain risk, resolving disputes through compromise or litigating them to judgment. From a construction executive’s viewpoint, legal services are like any other service: They must be managed with the goal of obtaining the most value for the lowest cost.

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Construction’s Cybersecurity Challenge
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A Small Team With a Big Heart for Service
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