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WSH Partner Gary Brown to Speak at NBI Construction Law Seminar in 2013

This coming March, WSH Partner and Construction Group Chair Gary L. Brown will be speaking as a featured panelist at an upcoming Continuing Legal Education course offered by the National Business Institute (“NBI”). Gary will give two one-hour long presentations discussing the fundamentals of construction defect claims (including applicable laws, regulations and standards of care) along with indemnity provisions and insurance relating to construction defects. This will be Gary’s second presentation for the NBI; he previously taught a seminar entitled “Managing Contract Changes/Handling Changes to Jobsite Conditions” at the NBI’s Construction Law Seminar in 2008.

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Author(s): Brooke P. Dolara

CGL Coverage for Construction Defects: What Triggers a Carrier's Obligation to Defend or Indemnify Its Insured

Insurance coverage for property damage is standard on most construction projects, from the General Contractor down to lowered-tiered subcontractors. All too often, damage caused from construction defects is hidden and not readily observable until long after a project has been completed. A common occurrence in Florida is slow, progressive water damage which is not discovered until it "manifests", usually when a building has deteriorated to the point where structural elements such as wood framing have become compromised and exterior finishes such as stucco have fallen off.

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Tags: InsuranceCommercial General LiabilityConstruction Defects
Author(s): Gary L. Brown