The Dotted Line: 4 reasons why construction companies should let an attorney review contracts, ConstructionDive, ft. Andrew Richards

Andrew Richards, Co-Managing Partner at Kaufman Dolowich & Voluck, LLP in Long Island, was quoted in an article written by Kim Slowey for Construction DIVE as part of The Dotted Line series, (December 12, 2017) – Construction contracts greatly determine how a project is going to play out, whether the agreements are between owners and general contractors or subcontractors and general contractors. They can be fair, one-sided or even downright oppressive, depending on the terms. And once it is signed, that’s it, which is why it’s important to have an attorney look over it prior to final execution. There are a number of reasons why seeking a legal review of a construction contract is a good idea, so why do some contractors skip this important step? Whether a construction firm consults a lawyer can have to do with the level of comfort the parties to the contract have with each other, said Andrew Richards, co-managing partner at Kaufman, Dolowich &…

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