Contract Disputes

July 7, 2020|Categories: Blog|

When you are involved in a construction contract dispute, it is crucial that you get proper legal representation. Contracts are legally binding agreements that need to be understood by all parties involved and when disputes arise, they are difficult to navigate and resolve. At Bennett Legal Group, we have extensive [...]

Coronavirus and Construction Management

June 15, 2020|Categories: Blog|

While the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact the construction industry as a whole, construction management needs to organize how they are proceeding as the virus progresses. The geographic location of projects and business operations, like the expansion of the virus itself, is influencing the ongoing impact and resulting conditions for [...]

Pulling a Permit for a Fee – Just Don’t Do It

December 20, 2019|Categories: Blog|

Pulling a Permit It starts innocently enough. A business colleague approaches you and offers an arrangement to pay you a “fee” for each permit you pull for various projects on behalf of the business. This is extra money on the side and sounds like a great deal, right? This scenario [...]

Payment Bond & Lien Filing Deadlines: Terms to Know

September 25, 2019|Categories: Blog|

If you are in the construction industry, you are probably familiar with payment bond claims and liens and the importance of them in making sure you and your construction or design firm get paid. Missing a deadline for filing a lien or payment bond claim can have severe consequences for [...]

Why Choose Bennett Legal Group?

August 14, 2019|Categories: Blog|

As you are searching for an attorney, whether for a specific need or for ongoing needs, you may wonder exactly how you should go about choosing the right attorney for you. We would encourage you to look into different firms and find the right one for you – legal work [...]

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