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Navigating Construction Disputes, From Mediation to Litigation

Construction design planningAll parties involved with a construction contract need to explore which dispute resolution option is right for them and the project, and also ensure their contract terms are as clear as possible to avoid potential problems down the road, writes  in Construction Dive.

In her article, Slowey covers mediation, arbitration vs. litigation, and the importance of planning.

She quotes Margaret Greene, partner and leader of the construction planning practice group at Honigman Miller Schwartz and Cohn in Detroit, who counsels that perhaps the most important aspect of dispute resolution is to minimize the chance of conflict before disagreements rise to the level of “disputes” or “claims.”

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