Every 10 years or so, the American Institute of Architects updates its primary contracting forms. Years ending in a “7” are especially noteworthy because that
A “flow-down” clause provides that a subcontractor assumes toward the builder all the duties and obligations the builder has assumed toward the homeowner. Flow-down clauses
Construction contracts come in all shapes and sizes. For commercial projects, the parties often use pre-printed contract forms such as forms promulgated by the American
Reminder: Accrued vacation time must be paid at termination absent a written policy to the contrary.
Today’s Indiana Court of Appeals decision in Shofstall v. International Union of Painters and Allied Trades is a reminder that accrued vacation time must be