The Litigation Process: An Upper Division School of Hard Knocks

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In the latest Daily Journal of Commerce Construction column, Stoel Rives construction and design attorney, Guy A. Randles, discusses important lessons learned in construction-related litigation. Parties can mitigate the cost of dispute resolution by paying close attention to contract documents at the drafting stage, and properly documenting project events and progress throughout the construction process. Parties can also make efforts to avoid litigation altogether by contracting with quality partners and pursuing alternate means of resolving disputes early on.

Read the full discussion of construction-related litigation lessons at the Daily Journal of Commerce website.

"The Litigation Process: An Upper Division School of Hard Knocks" was published by Daily Journal of Commerce, October 18, 2012.

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