Articles From Justin L. Weisberg

Preparing for the changes in the new AIA 2017 forms By Justin L. Weisberg Construction Law, February 2018 After a decade, the AIA released new design and construction contract forms in April 2017. Some of the more notable changes to the AIA construction contract documents are summarized here.
Insurance policy did not prevent association recovery from subcontractors for defective work By Justin L. Weisberg Construction Law, October 2017 On February 17, the First District Appellate Court issued an opinion regarding the Implied Warranty of Habitability in the case of Sienna Court Condominium Association v. Champion Aluminum Court et al.
Implied warranty of habitability waiver to developer not enforceable against contractor By Justin L. Weisberg Construction Law, June 2013 The First District Appellate Court released an opinion on June 21, 2012 which has a significant impact on many residential construction defect claims alleging a breach of the implied warranty of habitability.
New amendments to the Illinois Payment Bond Act By Justin L. Weisberg Construction Law, May 2012 The amendments to the Public Construction Bond Act provide some conformance with the Lien on Public Fund Act while eliminating some ambiguity relating to the perfection of a payment bond claim under the Act.

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