Contractors and Subcontractors
At an upcoming panel discussion about federal government contracting, AHC attorney David Cook’s portion will focus on subcontractors and trade contractors. The legal issues and… Read More »Subcontractor Claims on Federal Government Projects
Many trade contracts contain a clause that may protect trade contractors from catastrophic events like pandemics. These clauses are known as force-majeure clauses (covering acts… Read More »Trade Contract Revisions to Address COVID-19
Georgia HB 1039 amends O.C.G.A. § 13-12-3 to provide additional protections for consumers who enter into service contracts containing lengthy automatic renewal provisions. Pre-Existing Requirement: For service contracts with an initial… Read More »Georgia Update: Automatic Renewals in Consumer Service Contracts
A recent Georgia Court of Appeals case established a rule concerning the effect of an unlicensed contractor failing to disclose that he is unlicensed. In… Read More »Who is a “Contractor” as Used in “Unlicensed Contractor”?
The following article was written by David R. Cook, and was published 13 June by School Construction News. It is reprinted here with permission. Part… Read More »Part II: Key Provisions of School Facility Construction & Design Contracts
On May 3, 2018, Governor Nathan Deal signed HB 899 into law, officially making it Act 389. Act 389 modifies O.C.G.A. § 13-10-4 and §… Read More »Georgia Legislature Passes Additional Procurement Rules
The following is part one of a two part series originally published online in School Construction News on Wednesday, 25 April 2018. We all expect our… Read More »Part I: Key Provisions of School Facility Construction & Design Contracts