Regional Construction Newsletter Fall 2013: Litigation-avoiding Behaviour

September 30, 2013

Issues arise on every construction, so what separates the projects that complete successfully from those mired in litigation?  Whether it is early intervention to nip catastrophe in the bud or proactive management before problems arise, there are some easy guidelines to minimize risk. Click here for more.

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