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					                                CONSTRUCTION SEMINARS
                                    MASTER INDEX
                                      BY TOPIC


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TOPIC
Title (alphabetical order): Seminar Number: Year

                                    *TABLE OF TOPICS*

                                         Administration
                                           Advocacy
                                          Agreements
                                           AIA/AGC
                                  Alternate Dispute Resolution
                                 Americans With Disabilities Act
                                           Arbitration
                                            Architect
                                          Assignment
                                  Attorney (See also Lawyer)
                                          Bankruptcy
                                              Bids
                                   Board of Contract Appeals
                                             Bonds
                                          Boring Logs
                                             Builder
                                            Building
                                             Cases
                                        Causes of Action
                                             Claims
                                            Clauses
                                           Collection
                                          Commercial
                                 Computer/Internet/Technology
                                         Condominium
                                            Conflict
                                           Contractor
                                          Critical Path
                                            Damages
                                             Default
                                            Defenses
                                             Delay
            Depositions
           Design/Build
     Differing Site Conditions
      Discipline/Disciplinary
             Discovery
     Dispute Review Boards
              Disputes
     Drawings/Specifications
          Economic Loss
                EIFS
           Employment
             Engineer
         Environment(al)
   Ethics/Professional Conduct
             Evidence
              Exhibits
          Expert Witness
Fair Debt Collection Practices Act
              Federal
               Forms
               Forum
        General Contractor
 Geotechnical Baseline Reports
       Government Contract
             Highway
       Indoor Air Pollution
            Insolvency
             Insurance
    Joint Defense Agreements
    Joint Venture Agreements
               Labor
   Lawyer (See also Attorney)
               Lender
              Liability
             Licensing
      Liquidated/Liquidating
             Litigation
        Local Government
           Management
             Marketing
         Mechanic’s Liens
             Mediation
             Miller Act
          Miscellaneous
            Negotiation
               Notice
 Occupational Safety and Health
                                          Owner
                                      Pass-Through
                                         Payment
                                      Procurement
                                         Products
                                          Project
                                         Protests
                                          Public
                             Recent Developments/Updates
                                        Remedies
                                       Residential
                                           Risk
                                  Schedule/Scheduling
                                        Settlement
                                       Subcontract
                                     Subcontractor
                                         Supplier
                                   Surety/Suretyship
                                 Teaming Agreements
                                       Termination
                                      Third Parties
                       VDOT (Virginia Department of Transportation)
                                         Virginia
                            Virginia Public Procurement Act
                                   Virginia State Bar
                                        Warranty

                                        *INDEX*

ADMINISTRATION
Contract Administration From the Owner’s Perspective: 7: 1986
The Architect’s Contract Administration Duties Under Virginia Law: 20: 1999

ADVOCACY
A Judge’s View on Effective Advocacy in Construction Cases: 17: 1996
Effective Advocacy in Construction Alternative Dispute Resolution: 18: 1997
Pitbulls Need Not Apply: Effective Advocacy In ADR: 18: 1997
How to Try a $100,000 Case for Less Than $100,000: 25: 2004
Jury Selection in Construction Cases: Using Pretrial Research and In-Court Techniques to
be More Effective: 25: 2004
Advocacy in Mediation: 26: 2005
AGREEMENTS

Bay Point Condominium Association v. RML Corporation: A Primer on the Use of
Assignment/Liquidating Agreements in the Settlement of Construction Disputes: 24: 2003
Drawing Strength From Alliances: Joint Defense Agreements As a Tool of Effective
Litigating: 22: 2001
Pass-Through Claims and Liquidating Agreements Partnering: Potential Pitfalls: 19: 1998
Teaming Agreements and Joint Venture Agreements: Drafting Issues in Light of Virginia
Decisions: 24: 2003

AIA/AGC
Big, New and Unsinkable? Changes in the AIA and AGC Documents, A Contractor’s
Viewpoint: 19: 1998
Contract Forms Other Than the Common AIA or AGC Versions: 20: 1999
Representing the Owner, AIA Document B141-1997, AIA Document A201-1997: 19: 1998
Subcontractor Comments on AGC Subcontract Forms: 19: 1998
The Ten Most Significant New Provisions of 1997 A-201: 19:1998
1997 Revisions to the AIA Document A401 Subcontract: 19: 1998

ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION
Alternative Dispute Resolution: Negotiation, Mini-Trials and Mediation: 6: 1985
Alternative Dispute Resolution Techniques–What’s Happening in the Real World: 11: 1990
Effective Advocacy in Construction Alternative Dispute Resolution: 18: 1997
Mediation Fundamentals For Construction Attorneys: 21: 2000
Pitbulls Need Not Apply: Effective Advocacy In ADR: 18: 1997
Strategies of Alternative Dispute Resolution: 14: 1993
The Role of the Lawyer in Alternative Dispute Resolution: 14: 1993
Creative Alternatives to Traditional AAA Construction Arbitration: 27: 2006

AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT
Americans With Disabilities Act Title I: Employment: 13: 1992
Americans With Disabilities Act Title III: Public Accommodations and Commercial
Facilities: 13: 1992

ARBITRATION
Arbitration and Award–Special Problems: 1: 1980
Introduction of Arbitration to the Virginia Lawyer: 1: 1980
Labor Arbitration: 1: 1980
The Arbitration of a Construction or Commercial Dispute: 1: 1980
Winning Strategies in Negotiating, Arbitrating and Litigating Construction Disputes: 11:
1990

ARCHITECT
Architect/Engineer’s Perspective: 12: 1991
Defending A/E Claims in Litigation: 19: 1998
The Architect’s Contract Administration Duties Under Virginia Law: 20: 1999
The Owner’s Contract With the Architect/Engineer: 7: 1986
When the Contractor is Defaulting or Becoming Insolvent: What to Do From the
Architect/Engineer’s Perspective: 12: 1991
ASSIGNMENT
Bay Point Condominium Association v. RML Corporation: A Primer on the Use of
Assignment/Liquidating Agreements in the Settlement of Construction Disputes: 24: 2003
ATTORNEY (SEE ALSO LAWYER)
Mediation Fundamentals For Construction Attorneys: 21: 2000
Mediation Fundamentals For Construction Attorneys: 21: 2000

BANKRUPTCY
Bankruptcy Issues: 23: 2002
The Troubled Project When the Contractor is Defaulting, Becoming Insolvent or Files for
Bankruptcy–The Contractor’s Perspective!: 12: 1991
What Every Construction Player or His Lawyer Should Know About Bankruptcy: 12: 1991

BIDS
Bid Protests in Virginia–An Overview: 17: 1996
Federal Government Contract Bid Protests: 17: 1996
Holding Subs and Generals to Their Bids: 19: 1998
Protests Involving Competitive Sealed Bid Procurements: 17: 1996

BOARD OF CONTRACT APPEALS
Maximizing Success Before the Boards of Contract Appeals; Resolving Mid-Project
Disputes; Lifetime Lessons in Dealing with Federal Contracts: 15: 1994

BONDS
Collecting on Surety Bonds: 8: 1987
Payment Bonds, or Sub vs. Prime and The Bonding Company: 9: 1988
Recent Developments in Mechanics’ Liens and Bonds: 6: 1985
Sureties and Bonds: 17: 1996
Surety Bonds and Alternatives: 7: 1986
What, No Payment Bond? Is The Miller Act Protection Illusory: 23: 2002
A Practical Guide to Bonding Off a Mechanic’s Lien: 25: 2004
Payment and Performance Bond Claims on Public Projects in Virginia: 25: 2004

BORING LOGS
Boring Logs and Geotechnical Baseline Reports: 24: 2003

BUILDER
Special Builder’s Risk Issues: 21: 2000

BUILDING
Indoor Air Pollution–Are Buildings Really “Sick”?: 13: 1992
The New International Building Code and Its Application in Virginia: 21: 2000

CASES
Bay Point Condominium Association v. RML Corporation: A Primer on the Use of
Assignment/Liquidating Agreements in the Settlement of Construction Disputes: 24: 2003
Construction Cases: A View From the Bench: 15: 1994
Construction Cases - A View From the Bench: 16: 1995
Discovery and Document Control in Major Construction Cases: 11: 1990
Examining Experts After Daubert, Kumho Tire, and The New Amended Federal Rules of
Evidence: 22: 2001
The Status of Federal DBE Programs After Adarand: 16: 1995
Trying the “Big” Construction Case: Practical Considerations: 10: 1989
Updating the Economic Loss Rule: The Ghost of Sensenbrenner: 20: 1999
Pass Through Claims and Liquidating Agreements in Virginia Construction Practice: 26:
2005

CAUSES OF ACTION
Theories of Liability/Causes of Action: 3: 1982

CLAIMS
Claim Development and Litigation on Behalf of Subcontractors: 9: 1988
Considerations in Presenting Construction Scheduling Claims: 24: 2003
Defending A/E Claims in Litigation: 19: 1998
Defending Against Construction Claims: 8: 1987
Environmental Dispute Claims: Hazards and Opportunities, Risks and Rewards: 13: 1992
Pass-Through Claims and Liquidating Agreements Partnering: Potential Pitfalls: 19: 1998
Pitfalls in Federal Construction Claims: 6: 1985
Preventing and Defending Claims from the Owner’s Perspective: Recognizing and
Maximizing Strengths:15:1994
Special Problems in Presentation of a Claim: 3: 1982
Targeting Construction Claims by the Contractor Against the Owner–Avoiding
Targeting Construction Claims by the Contractor Against the Owner–The Contractor’s
Concerns: 11: 1990
The Federal False Claims Act: 19: 2000
Warranty Claims for Residential Construction: 18: 1997

CLAUSES
Contact Clauses You Love to Hate: 10: 1989
Exculpatory Clauses: Their Purpose, Avoidance and Enforcement: 10: 1989
Risk Shifting and the Prevalence of the Differing Site Conditions Clause: 20: 1999

COLLECTION
After Lunch Indigestion: A Peek at the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act: 18:1997
Collecting on Surety Bonds: 8: 1987
Mechanic’s Liens and Collection Issues (Selected Topics): 18: 1997

COMMERCIAL
Americans With Disabilities Act Title III: Public Accommodations and Commercial
Facilities: 13: 1992
The Arbitration of a Construction or Commercial Dispute: 1: 1980

COMPUTER/INTERNET/TECHNOLOGY
Computer Graphics and Animation in Construction Litigation: 13: 1992
Implementing eGovernment in Virginia: 21: 2000
The Current Status of E-Commerce and the Construction Industry: 21: 2000

CONDOMINIUM
Fundamentals of Condominium Law in the Context of Construction Controversies: 4: 1983
Rights and Duties of the Parties in Condominium Construction Litigation: 4: 1983
Special Problems Related to Condominium Construction Litigation: 4: 1983

CONFLICT
Conflicts 101: 24: 2003
Ethics and Conflicts of Interest in Government Contracting in Virginia: The Virginia Public
Procurement Act: 19: 1998
“Nearer My God to Thee”: Ethics and Conflicts of Interest In Federal Government
Contracting: 19: 1998
What is a Conflict of Interest?: 15: 1994

CONTRACTS
AIA Contracts

CONTRACTOR
Big, New and Unsinkable? Changes in the AIA and AGC Documents, A Contractor’s
Viewpoint: 19: 1998
Claims Against Virginia Counties Under the Virginia Public Procurement Act (A
Contractor’s Perspective): 13: 1992
Targeting Construction Claims by the Contractor Against the Owner–Avoiding
Construction Claims by the Contractor Against the Owner: 11: 1990
Targeting Construction Claims by the Contractor Against the Owner–The Contractor’s
Concerns: 11: 1990
The Troubled Project When the Contractor is Defaulting, Becoming Insolvent or Files for
Bankruptcy–The Contractor’s Perspective!: 12: 1991
Update on Employment Law for Construction Contractors: 10: 1989
Warranties Flowing From the Contractor to the Owner Arising from the Construction
Contract and the Performance of Work: 2: 1981
When the Contractor is Defaulting or Becoming Insolvent: What to Do From the
Architect/Engineer’s Perspective: 12: 1991
When the Contractor is Defaulting or Becoming Insolvent: What to Do From the Lender’s
Perspective: 12: 1991
When the Contractor is Defaulting or Becoming Insolvent: What to Do From the
Subcontractor’s Perspective: 12: 1991

CONSTRUCTION
Constructability, Specialty Designs and the Standard of Care: 25: 2004
Sticks and Bricks – Site Work Issues: 25:2004
The Ten Basic Rules for Good Roofing: 27: 2006

CRITICAL PATH
Mock Trial Examination and Cross-Examination of a Critical Path Expert: 16: 1995
Pricing and Proving Damages and the Damages Experts: 22: 2001
Panel Discussion on Critical Path Analysis: 16: 1995
Techniques of Critical Path Analysis: 16: 1995

DAMAGES
Damages and Audit Issues Arising on Construction Projects: 17: 1996
Damages in Construction Litigation: 2: 1981
Effective Damages Presentations: 11: 1990
More Effectively Presenting Construction Damages–Making the Complex Simple, More
Pricing and Proving Damages and the Damages Experts: 22: 2001
Schedule Delay Analysis: Linking Liability to Damages: 15: 1994

DEFAULT
Contractor Default Insurance and Directed Suretyship: 21: 2000
How and When to Terminate for Default: 15: 1994
The Troubled Project When the Contractor is Defaulting, Becoming Insolvent or Files for
Bankruptcy–The Contractor’s Perspective!: 12: 1991
When the Contractor is Defaulting or Becoming Insolvent: What to Do From the
Architect/Engineer’s Perspective: 12: 1991
When the Contractor is Defaulting or Becoming Insolvent: What to Do From the Lender’s
Perspective: 12: 1991
When the Contractor is Defaulting or Becoming Insolvent: What to Do From the
Subcontractor’s Perspective: 12: 1991
When the Contractor is Defaulting or Becoming Insolvent: What to Do From the Surety’s
Perspective: 12: 1991

DEFENSES
Preemptory Defenses Under Virginia Law: 16: 1995

DELAY
Schedule Delay Analysis: Linking Liability to Damages: 15: 1994

DEPOSITIONS
The Taking and Use of Videotaped Depositions: 13: 1992

DESIGN/BUILD
Alternative Modes of Contracting: Construction Management and Design/Build: 7: 1986
A Simple Approach to Minimizing Risk and Increasing the Rewards and Profitability of a
Design Practice: 19: 1998
Commonwealth of Virginia Design-Build/Construction Management Review Board: 22:
2001
Design/Build in Virginia: Drafting the Plan: 18: 1997
Managing the Design-Build Relationship: 22: 2001

DIFFERING SITE CONDITION
Risk Shifting and the Prevalence of the Differing Site Conditions Clause: 20: 1999

DISCIPLINE/DISCIPLINARY
An Overview of the Disciplinary System of the Virginia State Bar: 16: 1995

DISCOVERY
Discovery and Document Control in Major Construction Cases: 11: 1990
Electronic Discovery: From Preservation to Production: 24: 2003
Managing and Resolving Complex Construction Litigation–Uses and Abuses of Discovery:
8: 1987
The Taking and Use of Videotaped Depositions: 13: 1992
Electronic Discovery: A Primer on the 2006 Federal Rule Amendments: 27: 2006

DISPUTE REVIEW BOARDS
Dispute Review Boards and Other Means of Litigation Avoidance: 15: 1994
The Use of Dispute Review Boards in Construction: 22: 2001

DISPUTES
Bay Point Condominium Association v. RML Corporation: A Primer on the Use of
Assignment/Liquidating Agreements in the Settlement of Construction Disputes: 24: 2003
Cost-Effective Management of Construction Project Disputes: 14: 1993
Environmental Dispute Claims: Hazards and Opportunities, Risks and Rewards: 13: 1992
Ethical Considerations in the Resolution of Construction and Public Contract Disputes: 14:
1993
Maximizing Success Before the Boards of Contract Appeals; Resolving Mid-Project
Disputes; Lifetime Lessons in Dealing with Federal Contracts: 15: 1994
The Arbitration of a Construction or Commercial Dispute: 1: 1980
The Same, But Different...Construction Disputes on VDOT Contracts: 20: 1999
Winning Strategies in Negotiating, Arbitrating and Litigating Construction Disputes: 11:
1990

DRAWINGS/SPECIFICATIONS
Everything You Need to Know About Reading Construction Drawings and Specs–A
Practical Course: 13: 1992

ECONOMIC LOSS
Economic Loss: The Spectre of Privity: 10: 1989
Updating the Economic Loss Rule: The Ghost of Sensenbrenner: 20: 1999

EIFS
EIFS Litigation Panel Discussion: 22: 2001

EMPLOYMENT
Americans With Disabilities Act Title I: Employment: 13: 1992
Developments in Employment Law: 9: 1988
Update on Employment Law for Construction Contractors: 10: 1989
Borrowed Servants, Independent Contractors, and Other Workers’ Compensation Issues
for the Construction Industry: 27: 2006

ENGINEER
Architect/Engineer’s Perspective: 12: 1991
Defending A/E Claims in Litigation: 19: 1998
When the Contractor is Defaulting or Becoming Insolvent: What to Do From the
Architect/Engineer’s Perspective: 12: 1991
The Owner’s Contract With the Architect/Engineer: 7: 1986
Risky Business: Current and Emerging Areas of Risk for the A/E: 26: 2005

ENVIRONMENT(AL)
Environmental Dispute Claims: Hazards and Opportunities, Risks and Rewards: 13: 1992
Indoor Air Pollution–Are Buildings Really “Sick”?: 13: 1992
Environmental Law and Construction Industy: A Survival Guide to the Basics: 25:2004

ETHICS/PROFESSIONAL CONDUCT
Ethics and Conflicts of Interest in Government Contracting in Virginia: The Virginia Public
Procurement Act: 19: 1998
Ethical Considerations in Construction Law: 12: 1991
Ethical Considerations in the Resolution of Construction and Public Contract Disputes: 14:
1993
Ethics for In-House Counsel: Common Ethics Dilemmas For The Ethics of Litigation: 21:
2000
Ethics of Mediation: 20: 1999
Lawyer Marketing: An Ethics Guide: 23: 2002
Legal Ethics Update: 18: 1997
Legal Ethics Update: 17: 1996
“Nearer My God to Thee”: Ethics and Conflicts of Interest In Federal Government
Contracting: 19: 1998
Professional Ethics and the Construction Lawyer: 15: 1994
Professional Ethics and the Construction Lawyer: 13: 1992
The Big New Legal Ethics Ship: Model Rule Changes to the Code of Professional
Responsibility: 19: 1998
The Ethics of Billing and Collecting Fees and Expenses: 22: 2001
The Interaction of the New Canons of Judicial Conduct and Rules of Professional Conduct:
20: 1999
The Interaction of the New Canons of Judicial Conduct and Rules of Professional Conduct,
The Effect of the Rules of Professional Conduct on the Lawyer/Tribunal Relationship: 20:
1999
Conflicts Between Lawyers and Their Clients : Part I: 25: 2004
Conflicts Between Lawyers and Their Clients : Part II: 26: 2005
Litigation Ethics: Part I: 27: 2006

EVIDENCE
Examining Experts After Daubert, Kumho Tire, and The New Amended Federal Rules of
Evidence: 22: 2001
Survivors in the Evidentiary Waters: Experts, Evidentiary Foundations, and Demonstrative
Techniques: 19: 1998

EXHIBITS
Using Exhibits Effectively: 11: 1990

EXPERT WITNESS
Attention Contractors: Get Paid for Your Work and Avoid Free Room and Board -
A View From the Bench/Direct & Cross Examination of Damages Expert: 23: 2002
Examining Experts After Daubert, Kumho Tire, and The New Amended Federal Rules of
Evidence: 22: 2001
Mock Trial Examination and Cross-Examination of a Critical Path Expert: 16: 1995
Pricing and Proving Damages and the Damages Experts: 22: 2001
More Effectively Presenting Construction Damages–Making the Complex Simple, More
Pricing and Proving Damages and the Damages Experts: 22: 2001
Survivors in the Evidentiary Waters: Experts, Evidentiary Foundations, and Demonstrative
Techniques: 19: 1998
The Effective Use of Experts in Construction Litigation: 26: 2005
Effective Use of Technical Experts: How to Avoid Technospeak and Assure That the
Message is Heard and Understood by the Trier of Fact: 26: 2005

FAIR DEBT COLLECTION PRACTICES ACT
After Lunch Indigestion: A Peek at the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act: 18:1997

FEDERAL
Examining Experts After Daubert, Kumho Tire, and The New Amended Federal Rules of
Evidence: 22: 2001
Federal Government Contract Bid Protests: 17: 1996
Local Construction Under Federal Grants: 5: 1984
Maximizing Success Before the Boards of Contract Appeals; Resolving Mid-Project
Disputes; Lifetime Lessons in Dealing with Federal Contracts: 15: 1994
“Nearer My God to Thee”: Ethics and Conflicts of Interest In Federal Government
Contracting: 19: 1998
Pitfalls in Federal Construction Claims: 6: 1985
The Federal False Claims Act: 19: 2000
The Status of Federal DBE Programs After Adarand: 16: 1995

FORMS
Construction Contract Forms: 17: 1996
Contract Forms Other Than the Common AIA or AGC Versions: 20: 1999
Standard Form Contracts: Significant Issues in Risk Allocation: 14: 1993
Subcontractor Comments on AGC Subcontract Forms: 19: 1998

FORUM
Choice of Forum and Available Remedies: 3: 1982
GENERAL CONTRACTOR
Holding Subs and Generals to Their Bids: 19: 1998
Subcontractor or Supplier in Financial Trouble: What the Owner and/or General
Contractor Should Do: 12: 1991
The Owner’s Contract With the General Contractor: 8: 1987
The Owner’s Contract With the General Contractor: 7: 1986

GEOTECHNICAL BASELINE REPORTS
Boring Logs and Geotechnical Baseline Reports: 24: 2003

GOVERNMENT CONTRACT
Ethics and Conflicts of Interest in Government Contracting in Virginia: The Virginia Public
Procurement Act: 19: 1998
Federal Government Contract Bid Protests: 17: 1996

HIGHWAY
Legal Issues in the Highway Construction Industry: 5: 1984

INDOOR AIR POLLUTION
Indoor Air Pollution–Are Buildings Really “Sick”?: 13: 1992

INSOLVENCY
The Troubled Project When the Contractor is Defaulting, Becoming Insolvent or Files for
Bankruptcy–The Contractor’s Perspective!: 12: 1991
When the Contractor is Defaulting or Becoming Insolvent: What to Do From the
Architect/Engineer’s Perspective: 12: 1991
When the Contractor is Defaulting or Becoming Insolvent: What to Do From the Lender’s
Perspective: 12: 1991
When the Contractor is Defaulting or Becoming Insolvent: What to Do From the
Subcontractor’s Perspective: 12: 1991
When the Contractor is Defaulting or Becoming Insolvent: What to Do From the Surety’s
Perspective: 12: 1991

INSURANCE
Advanced Workshop on Insurance Coverage for Construction Projects: 20: 1999
Contractor Default Insurance and Directed Suretyship: 21: 2000
Insurance Considerations for the Construction Project: 16: 1995
Insurance Coverage for Defective Construction: 18: 1997
Insurance for Construction Products: 7: 1986
Commercial General Liability Insurance and Construction Claims - Is Anything Covered by
This Policy: 27: 2006
Builder’s Risk Insurance Issues for the Construction Industry – Who Has the Risk of Loss:
27: 2006

JOINT DEFENSE AGREEMENTS
Drawing Strength From Alliances: Joint Defense Agreements As a Tool of Effective
Litigating: 22: 2001

JOINT VENTURE AGREEMENTS
Teaming Agreements and Joint Venture Agreements: Drafting Issues in Light of Virginia
Decisions: 24: 2003

LABOR
Construction Issues at the Start of the 21 st Century - Labor Law and Construction Recent
Developments: 21: 2000
Labor Arbitration: 1: 1980
Hiring Foreign Nationals: The U.S. Immigration System v. The Construction Industry: 27:
2006

LAWYER (SEE ALSO ATTORNEY)
Introduction of Arbitration to the Virginia Lawyer: 1: 1980
Professional Ethics and the Construction Lawyer: 15: 1994
Professional Ethics and the Construction Lawyer: 13: 1992
The Interaction of the New Canons of Judicial Conduct and Rules of Professional Conduct,
The Effect of the Rules of Professional Conduct on the Lawyer/Tribunal Relationship: 20:
1999
The Role of the Lawyer in Alternative Dispute Resolution: 14: 1993
What Every Construction Player or His Lawyer Should Know About Bankruptcy: 12: 1991

LENDER
When the Contractor is Defaulting or Becoming Insolvent: What to Do From the Lender’s
Perspective: 12: 1991

LIABILITY
Theories of Liability/Causes of Action: 3: 1982

LICENSING
Comply With Virginia’s Contractor Licensing Requirements: 23: 2002

LIQUIDATED/LIQUIDATING
Bay Point Condominium Association v. RML Corporation: A Primer on the Use of
Assignment/Liquidating Agreements in the Settlement of Construction Disputes: 24: 2003
Notice Requirements and Liquidated Damages in Virginia Public Construction Contracts:
19: 1998
Pass-Through Claims and Liquidating Agreements Partnering: Potential Pitfalls: 19: 1998

LITIGATION
Choice of Forum and Available Remedies: 3: 1982
Claim Development and Litigation on Behalf of Subcontractors: 9: 1988
Common Problems in the Trial of a Mechanic’s Lien Enforcement Action: 22: 2001
Computer Graphics and Animation in Construction Litigation: 13: 1992
Damages in Construction Litigation: 2: 1981
Defending A/E Claims in Litigation: 19: 1998
Defending Against Construction Claims: 8: 1987
Discovery and Document Control in Major Construction Cases: 11: 1990
Dispute Review Boards and Other Means of Litigation Avoidance: 15: 1994
Drawing Strength From Alliances: Joint Defense Agreements As a Tool of Effective
Litigating: 22: 2001
EIFS Litigation Panel Discussion: 22: 2001
Electronic Discovery: From Preservation to Production: 24: 2003
Ethics for In-House Counsel: Common Ethics Dilemmas For The Ethics of Litigation: 21:
2000
Examining Experts After Daubert, Kumho Tire, and The New Amended Federal Rules of
Evidence: 22: 2001
Managing and Resolving Complex Construction Litigation–Uses and Abuses of Discovery:
8: 1987
Mock Trial Examination and Cross-Examination of a Critical Path Expert: 16: 1995
More Effectively Presenting Construction Damages–Making the Complex Simple, More
Effective Damages Presentations: 11: 1990
Products Liability Issues That Are Relevant to Residential Construction Litigation in
Virginia: 18: 1997
Rights and Duties of the Parties in Condominium Construction Litigation: 4: 1983
Special Problems in Presentation of a Claim: 3: 1982
Special Problems Related to Condominium Construction Litigation: 4: 1983
Survivors in the Evidentiary Waters: Experts, Evidentiary Foundations, and Demonstrative
Techniques: 19: 1998
Theories of Liability/Causes of Action: 3: 1982
The Taking and Use of Videotaped Depositions: 13: 1992
Trying the “Big” Construction Case: Practical Considerations: 10: 1989
Using Exhibits Effectively: 11: 1990
What’s New and Current in Construction Surety Law and Litigation?: 13: 1992
Winning Strategies in Negotiating, Arbitrating and Litigating Construction Disputes: 11:
1990
Winning Techniques for Construction Litigation: 12: 1991

LOCAL GOVERNMENT
Claims Against Virginia Counties Under the Virginia Public Procurement Act (A
Contractor’s Perspective): 13: 1992
Construction Projects for Local Governments: 13: 1992
Local Construction Under Federal Grants: 5: 1984
State and Local Construction Projects Under the Virginia Public Procurement Act: 5: 1984

MANAGEMENT
Alternative Modes of Contracting: Construction Management and Design/Build: 7: 1986
Commonwealth of Virginia Design-Build/Construction Management Review Board: 22:
2001
Cost-Effective Management of Construction Project Disputes: 14: 1993
Managing and Resolving Complex Construction Litigation–Uses and Abuses of Discovery:
8: 1987
Managing the Design-Build Relationship: 22: 2001
Potential Pitfalls in Construction Management: 21: 2000
Risk Planning, Allocation and Management: 14: 1993

MARKETING
Lawyer Marketing: An Ethics Guide: 23: 2002

MECHANIC’S LIENS
Advanced Workshop in Mechanic’s Liens (Part II): 16: 1995
Advanced Workshop on Mechanic’s Liens (Selected Issues): 16: 1995
Avoiding the Icebergs in Virginia Mechanics’ Liens Practice: 19: 1998
Common Problems in the Trial of a Mechanic’s Lien Enforcement Action: 22: 2001
Mechanic’s Liens and Collection Issues (Selected Topics): 18: 1997
Mechanic’s Liens: 2002 Update, Frequently Raised Issues and Creative Strategies: 23:2002
Mechanic’s Liens: 2000 Update, Selected Topics: 21:2000
Negotiating the Minefield: Advanced Mechanic’s Lien Problems: 17: 1996
Recent Developments in Mechanics’ Liens and Bonds: 6: 1985
Virginia’s Mechanic’s Lien Laws From a Subcontractor’s Perspective: 9: 1988
Mechanic’s Liens: Real Estate and Title Insurance Aspects: 26: 2005

MEDIATION
Alternative Dispute Resolution: Negotiation, Mini-Trials and Mediation: 6: 1985
Ethics of Mediation: 20: 1999
Mediation Fundamentals For Construction Attorneys: 21: 2000

MILLER ACT
Miller Act and Little Miller Act Claims: 20: 1999
Miller Act and Little Miller Act Claims: 16: 1995
What, No Payment Bond? Is The Miller Act Protection Illusory: 23: 2002

MISCELLANEOUS
Life in Limbo: Am I, or Am I Not, a Target?: 19: 1998
Pentagon Renovations: 23: 2002
FYI Y2K CYA: 19: 1998
Hiring Foreign Nationals: the U.S. Immigration System: 26: 2005

NEGOTIATION
Alternative Dispute Resolution: Negotiation, Mini-Trials and Mediation: 6: 1985
Issues in Protests in Competitive Negotiation Procurements: 17: 1996
Negotiating the Minefield: Advanced Mechanic’s Lien Problems: 17: 1996
Winning Strategies in Negotiating, Arbitrating and Litigating Construction Disputes: 11:
1990

NOTICE
Notice Requirements and Liquidated Damages in Virginia Public Construction Contracts:
19: 1998

OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH
The Nuts and Bolts of Virginia Occupational Safety and Health: 20: 1999
The Nuts and Bolts of Virginia Occupational Safety and Health: 17: 1996
Checklists and Strategies for Defending OSHA Citations: 25: 2005

OWNER
Anticipating and Coping with the “Troubled Project”: An Owner’s Perspective: 12: 1991
Contract Administration From the Owner’s Perspective: 7: 1986
Preventing and Defending Claims from the Owner’s Perspective: Recognizing and
Maximizing Strengths:15:1994
Representing the Owner, AIA Document B141-1997, AIA Document A201-1997: 19: 1998
Subcontractor or Supplier in Financial Trouble: What the Owner and/or General
Contractor Should Do: 12: 1991
Targeting Construction Claims by the Contractor Against the Owner–Avoiding
Construction Claims by the Contractor Against the Owner: 11: 1990
Targeting Construction Claims by the Contractor Against the Owner–The Contractor’s
Concerns: 11: 1990
The Owner’s Contract With the Architect/Engineer: 7: 1986
The Owner’s Contract With the General Contractor: 8: 1987
The Owner’s Contract With the General Contractor: 7: 1986
Warranties Flowing From the Contractor to the Owner Arising from the Construction
Contract and the Performance of Work: 2: 1981

PASS-THROUGH
Pass-Through Claims and Liquidating Agreements Partnering: Potential Pitfalls: 19: 1998

PAYMENT
Attention Contractors: Get Paid for Your Work and Avoid Free Room and Board -
A View From the Bench/Direct & Cross Examination of Damages Expert: 23: 2002
Payment Bonds, or Sub vs. Prime and The Bonding Company: 9: 1988
The Subcontract–Protecting and Enforcing the Subcontractor’s Right to be Paid: 9: 1988

PROCUREMENT
Claims Against Virginia Counties Under the Virginia Public Procurement Act (A
Contractor’s Perspective): 13: 1992
Ethics and Conflicts of Interest in Government Contracting in Virginia: The Virginia Public
Procurement Act: 19: 1998
Insider’s View of Virginia Public Procurement Act: 24: 2003
Issues in Protests in Competitive Negotiation Procurements: 17: 1996
Pre-Contract Procedures and Pitfalls in Public Procurement: 13: 1992
Protests Involving Competitive Sealed Bid Procurements: 17: 1996

PRODUCTS
Insurance for Construction Products: 7: 1986
Products Liability Issues That Are Relevant to Residential Construction Litigation in
Virginia: 18: 1997

PROJECT
Advanced Workshop on Insurance Coverage for Construction Projects: 20: 1999
Anticipating and Coping with the “Troubled Project”: An Owner’s Perspective: 12: 1991
Construction Projects for Local Governments: 13: 1992
Cost-Effective Management of Construction Project Disputes: 14: 1993
Damages and Audit Issues Arising on Construction Projects: 17: 1996
Insurance Considerations for the Construction Project: 16: 1995
Legal Trouble Shooting on Construction Projects: 12: 1991
Maximizing Success Before the Boards of Contract Appeals; Resolving Mid-Project
Disputes; Lifetime Lessons in Dealing with Federal Contracts: 15: 1994
Project Organization and Its Impact on Risk Management and Allocation: 14: 1993
Risk and the Construction Project: An Overview: 14: 1993
State and Local Construction Projects Under the Virginia Public Procurement Act: 5: 1984
The Troubled Project When the Contractor is Defaulting, Becoming Insolvent or Files for
Bankruptcy–The Contractor’s Perspective!: 12: 1991
The New Woodrow Wilson Bridge Project a Program Management Case Study: 26: 2005
PPEA: An Update on Procurement Procedure Here to Stay: 26: 2006
The John Paul Jones Arena – Design and Construction of the University of Virginia’s
$130M Arena: 27: 2006

PROTESTS
Federal Government Contract Bid Protests: 17: 1996
Issues in Protests in Competitive Negotiation Procurements: 17: 1996
Protests Involving Competitive Sealed Bid Procurements: 17: 1996

PUBLIC
Americans With Disabilities Act Title III: Public Accommodations and Commercial
Facilities: 13: 1992
Claims Against Virginia Counties Under the Virginia Public Procurement Act (A
Contractor’s Perspective): 13: 1992
Ethical Considerations in the Resolution of Construction and Public Contract Disputes: 14:
1993
Ethics and Conflicts of Interest in Government Contracting in Virginia: The Virginia Public
Procurement Act: 19: 1998
Insider’s View of Virginia Public Procurement Act: 24: 2003
Notice Requirements and Liquidated Damages in Virginia Public Construction Contracts:
19: 1998
Pre-Contract Procedures and Pitfalls in Public Procurement: 13: 1992
Public-Private Education Facilities and Infrastructure Act of 2002: 23: 2002
Public/Private Legislation in the Construction Industry in Virginia: 21: 2000

RECENT DEVELOPMENTS/UPDATES
Construction Issues at the Start of the 21 st Century - Labor Law and Construction Recent
Developments: 21: 2000
Developments in Employment Law: 9: 1988
Legal Ethics Update: 18: 1997
Legal Ethics Update: 17: 1996
Mechanic’s Liens: 2002 Update, Frequently Raised Issues and Creative Strategies: 23:2002
Mechanic’s Liens: 2000 Update, Selected Topics: 21:2000
Recent Developments in Construction Law: 27: 2006
Recent Developments in Construction Law: 26: 2005
Recent Developments in Construction Law: 25: 2004
Recent Developments in Construction Law: 24: 2003
Recent Developments in Construction Law: 23: 2002
Recent Developments in Construction Law: 22: 2001
Recent Developments in Construction Law: 21: 2000
Recent Developments in Construction Law 1999: 20: 1999
Recent Developments in Construction Law: 19: 1998
Recent Developments in Construction Law: 18: 1997
Recent Developments in Construction Law: 17: 1996
Recent Developments in Construction Law: 16: 1995
Recent Developments in Construction Law: 15: 1994
Recent Developments in Construction Law: 14: 1993
Recent Developments in Construction Law: 13: 1992
Recent Developments in Construction Law: 12: 1991
Recent Developments in Construction Law: 11: 1990
Recent Developments in Construction Law: 10: 1989
Recent Developments in Construction Law: 9: 1988
Recent Developments in Construction Law: 8: 1987
Recent Developments in Construction Law: 5: 1984
Recent Developments in Construction Law: 6: 1985
Recent Developments in Construction Law: 4: 1983
Recent Developments in Construction Law: 3: 1982
Recent Developments in Construction Law: 2: 1981
Recent Developments in Mechanics’ Liens and Bonds: 6: 1985
Update on Employment Law for Construction Contractors: 10: 1989
What’s New and Current in Construction Surety Law and Litigation?: 13: 1992

REMEDIES
Choice of Forum and Available Remedies: 3: 1982
Third Parties Remedies in Construction Law: 18: 1997

RESIDENTIAL
Products Liability Issues That Are Relevant to Residential Construction Litigation in
Virginia: 18: 1997
Warranty Claims for Residential Construction: 18: 1997

RISK
A Simple Approach to Minimizing Risk and Increasing the Rewards and Profitability of a
Design Practice: 19: 1998
Cost-Effective Allocation of Risk: Who Manages Risk Best: 15: 1994
Project Organization and Its Impact on Risk Management and Allocation: 14: 1993
Risk Allocation Through Contracting: 14: 1993
Risk and the Construction Project: An Overview: 14: 1993
Risk Planning, Allocation and Management: 14: 1993
Risk Shifting and the Prevalence of the Differing Site Conditions Clause: 20: 1999
Special Builder’s Risk Issues: 21: 2000
Standard Form Contracts: Significant Issues in Risk Allocation: 14: 1993

SCHEDULE/SCHEDULING
Considerations in Presenting Construction Scheduling Claims: 24: 2003
Schedule Delay Analysis: Linking Liability to Damages: 15: 1994

SETTLEMENT
Bay Point Condominium Association v. RML Corporation: A Primer on the Use of
Assignment/Liquidating Agreements in the Settlement of Construction Disputes: 24: 2003

SUBCONTRACT
Subcontractor Comments on AGC Subcontract Forms: 19: 1998
The Subcontract–Protecting and Enforcing the Subcontractor’s Right to be Paid: 9: 1988
1997 Revisions to the AIA Document A401 Subcontract: 19: 1998

SUBCONTRACTOR
Claim Development and Litigation on Behalf of Subcontractors: 9: 1988
Holding Subs and Generals to Their Bids: 19: 1998
Payment Bonds, or Sub vs. Prime and The Bonding Company: 9: 1988
Subcontractor Comments on AGC Subcontract Forms: 19: 1998
Subcontractor or Supplier in Financial Trouble: What the Owner and/or General
Contractor Should Do: 12: 1991
Subcontractors/Suppliers: 17: 1996
The Subcontract–Protecting and Enforcing the Subcontractor’s Right to be Paid: 9: 1988
Virginia’s Mechanic’s Lien Laws From a Subcontractor’s Perspective: 9: 1988
When the Contractor is Defaulting or Becoming Insolvent: What to Do From the
Subcontractor’s Perspective: 12: 1991

SUPPLIER
Subcontractor or Supplier in Financial Trouble: What the Owner and/or General
Contractor Should Do: 12: 1991
Subcontractors/Suppliers: 17: 1996

SURETY/SURETYSHIP
Collecting on Surety Bonds: 8: 1987
Construction Suretyship: Some Basics & Beyond: 24: 2003
Contractor Default Insurance and Directed Suretyship: 21: 2000
Surety Bonds and Alternatives: 7: 1986
What’s New and Current in Construction Surety Law and Litigation?: 13: 1992
Sureties and Bonds: 17: 1996
When the Contractor is Defaulting or Becoming Insolvent: What to Do From the Surety’s
Perspective: 12: 1991

TEAMING AGREEMENTS
Teaming Agreements and Joint Venture Agreements: Drafting Issues in Light of Virginia
Decisions: 24: 2003

TERMINATION
How and When to Terminate for Default: 15: 1994
Problems Associated With the Termination of Contracts: 2: 1981

THIRD PARTIES
Third Parties Remedies in Construction Law: 18: 1997

VDOT (VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION)
Legal Issues in the Highway Construction Industry: 5: 1984
The Same, But Different...Construction Disputes on VDOT Contracts: 20: 1999

VIRGINIA
An Overview of the Disciplinary System of the Virginia State Bar: 16: 1995
Avoiding the Icebergs in Virginia Mechanics’ Liens Practice: 19: 1998
Bid Protests in Virginia–An Overview: 17: 1996
Claims Against Virginia Counties Under the Virginia Public Procurement Act (A
Contractor’s Perspective): 13: 1992
Commonwealth of Virginia Design-Build/Construction Management Review Board: 22:
2001
Comply With Virginia’s Contractor Licensing Requirements: 23: 2002
Computer Graphics and Animation in Construction Litigation: 13: 1992
Design/Build in Virginia: Drafting the Plan: 18: 1997
Ethics and Conflicts of Interest in Government Contracting in Virginia: The Virginia Public
Procurement Act: 19: 1998
Implementing eGovernment in Virginia: 21: 2000
Insider’s View of Virginia Public Procurement Act: 24: 2003
Introduction of Arbitration to the Virginia Lawyer: 1: 1980
Notice Requirements and Liquidated Damages in Virginia Public Construction Contracts:
19: 1998
Preemptory Defenses Under Virginia Law: 16: 1995
Products Liability Issues That Are Relevant to Residential Construction Litigation in
Virginia: 18: 1997
Public/Private Legislation in the Construction Industry in Virginia: 21: 2000
State and Local Construction Projects Under the Virginia Public Procurement Act: 5: 1984
Teaming Agreements and Joint Venture Agreements: Drafting Issues in Light of Virginia
Decisions: 24: 2003
The Architect’s Contract Administration Duties Under Virginia Law: 20: 1999
The New International Building Code and Its Application in Virginia: 21: 2000
The Nuts and Bolts of Virginia Occupational Safety and Health: 20: 1999
The Nuts and Bolts of Virginia Occupational Safety and Health: 17: 1996
The Same, But Different...Construction Disputes on VDOT Contracts: 20: 1999
The Virginia Fraud Against Taxpayers Act: 23: 2002
Using the BOCA Code in Virginia: 10: 1989
Virginia’s Mechanic’s Lien Laws From a Subcontractor’s Perspective: 9: 1988

VIRGINIA PUBLIC PROCUREMENT ACT
Claims Against Virginia Counties Under the Virginia Public Procurement Act (A
Contractor’s Perspective): 13: 1992
Ethics and Conflicts of Interest in Government Contracting in Virginia: The Virginia Public
Procurement Act: 19: 1998
Insider’s View of Virginia Public Procurement Act: 24: 2003
State and Local Construction Projects Under the Virginia Public Procurement Act: 5: 1984

VIRGINIA STATE BAR
An Overview of the Disciplinary System of the Virginia State Bar: 16: 1995

WARRANTY
Warranties Flowing From the Contractor to the Owner Arising from the Construction
Contract and the Performance of Work: 2: 1981
Warranty Claims for Residential Construction: 18: 1997

ZONING
Planning Law Basics in Virginia: 25: 2004

				
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