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Risk Management for Construction Vendors

Amy Stewart Law Principal Tarron Gartner-Ilai just published a blog post on Construction Today. Her column, "Risk Management for Vendors," walks project managers through the key steps of a risk management program for vendors and suppliers.

Of the risks associated with a construction project, the tried and true are time and money: is the project on schedule and will the costs of completion exceed the projected bid, or not?

Dozens of factors, both within and outside the project manager’s control, can affect the project’s outcome. Staying on the critical path is much like traversing a tightrope on a unicycle … while juggling elephants.

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2014 Year in Review :: Insurance Law

Here's the full text of Amy Stewart's 'Year in Review' article from the Dec. 15, 2014 Texas Lawyer.

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Texas Lawyer's Year in Review Features Amy Stewart

Amy Stewart was featured in the Dec. 15 issue of Texas Lawyer as their subject matter expert on insurance law. Here's an excerpt:

"While several delightfully nerdy insurance coverage issues are percolating through the courts, the most notable insurance law decision of 2014 is the Texas Supreme Court's unanimous opinion in Ewing Construction Co. v. Amerisure Ins. Co."

You can see the whole article at Texas Lawyer (if you have a subscription). 

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Construction Industry Prevails :: Texas Supreme Court Limits Scope of Contractual Liability Exclusion

On Friday, January 17, 2014, the Texas Supreme Court ruled that construction defect lawsuits alleging faulty workmanship are generally covered under a commercial general liability, concluding that the contractual liability exclusion does not operate to preclude coverage for defective work. The high court’s unanimous opinion in Ewing Construction Company v. Amerisure Insurance Company provides significant reassurance to both property owners and contractors that the liability insurance pur ...

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