Critical Construction Law Cases draws together in one place 12 years of major North Carolina construction law case summaries, spanning from 2002-2013. Grouped by research topic, the case summaries give a quick but thorough overview of what North Carolinas courts have said about the major issues in construction law. The mid-length summaries are long enough to thoroughly cover the facts and reasoning but short enough that you dont find yourself wondering why you didnt just read the whole case.
Critical Construction Law Cases is the perfect tool for anyone trying to make their research more efficient and focused. This resource includes cases pertaining to an array of topics, including accord and satisfaction, appeals, arbitration, architects and engineers, attorneys fees, bankruptcy, changes and changed conditions, civil procedure, contracts, damages, environmental, lender liability, indemnification and contribution insurance licensing, lis pendens, mechanics liens, Occupational Safety and Health Act, permits, public contracts, suretyship, torts, unfair and deceptive trade practices, warranty, and workers compensation.