A recent appellate decision in Kansas has given general contractors and subcontractors one more reason to contact an attorney to discuss the standard terms in their construction contracts. In the case Drywall Systems, Inc. v. A. Arnold of Kansas City, LLC, the Kansas Court of Appeals found that the contractor was not entitled to attorneys
In 2018, the United States federal government awarded private industry with nearly $550 billion in government contracts (an increase of more than $100 billion since 2015). This elevated figure does not include the billions of dollars also awarded to private industry by state and local governments throughout the United States. If you are a business
Author: Brian Albert
Braden Perry recently authored a point-counterpoint article on aspects of breaching contracts. Mr. Perry takes the practical and pragmatic view that legally, contracts may be broken in certain economic circumstances. See the full article published on LawTv.com.