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Two States of Construction Law- Working in Both Washington and Oregon

Publication Year: November 4, 2016   Publication Type: Coursebook

Authors:
C. Andrew Gibson, Jakob Lutkavage-Dvorscak, Bart Reed, Thomas H. Wolfendale, Jacob A. Zahniser, Henry C. Breithaupt, D. Gary Christensen, Scott A. Collier, Paul R. Cressman, Doug Gallagher, Sean Gay, Dan Gragg, Amber Hardwick, Roger Lenneberg, Robert L. Olson, Angela M. Otto, Bart Reed, Chris Soelling, Athan E. Tramountanas, Diane C. Utz, Douglas V. Van Dyk, Jacob A. Zahniser

Table of Contents:

 Title
 Co-Chairs And Faculty
 Summary Of Contents
 Program Schedule
 Co-Chair Biographies
 Section Chair Biographies
 Chapter One- A- Contracting For Construction In Or & Wa: Competing Change Order And Notice Requirements
 Chapter One- B- Contracting For Construction In Or & Wa: Competing Change Order And Notice Requirements
Chapter Two- Construction Claims On Private Projects- The Fine Art Of Mechanic’S Liens And Issues To Consider
 Chapter Three- Construction Claims On Public Projects- Prompt Payment, Retainage, And Payment Bonds
 Chapter Four-A- Contractor And Developer Licensing And Registration
 Chapter Four-B- Contractor And Developer Licensing And Registration
 Chapter Five-A- Economic Loss Rule And The Independent Duty Doctrine
 Chapter Five-B- Economic Loss Rule And The Independent Duty Doctrine
 Chapter Six-A- 2016 Updates And Trends- Case Law & Legislation
Chapter Six-B- 2016 Updates And Trends- Case Law & Legislation
 Chapter Seven- From The Bench: The Judge's Perspective
 Chapter Eight- The Ethics Of Mediation And Arbitration
 Chapter Nine- Rules Of Professional Conduct