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In This Issue…
- Editor’s note
An introduction to the inaugural issue from Editor Samuel Levine.
- Note from Construction Law Section Council Chair
A message from Construction Law Chair Howard Feldman.
- Construction project delivery methods: Which is best for you?
A look at the most common types of construction project delivery methods, including the newest methods that have received significant acclaim.
- Recent amendment guts the Arbitration Act
Arbitration was devised as a dispute resolution mechanism to avoid costly and timely battles in court and to ensure confidentiality. Unfortunately, the author writes, the recent amendment to the Arbitration Act opens the door to circumvent the purpose of arbitration.
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