The Coronavirus’ impact is not limited to health. It is having a severe impact on our economy as well – What we will call the e-Corona infection. As increasingly severe social distancing restrictions are imposed in efforts to curb the spread of the … [Read more...] about Do You have an E-Corona Infection – a.k.a. -Did Coronavirus Kill Your Contract?
Land sale contracts, lease/options, and seller-financing all allow a buyer to acquire an interest in property while leaving the seller with title or another form of security. So what purposes are served by each? For a seller, a land sale contract … [Read more...] about Land Sale Contracts, Lease/Option, or Seller-Financing – Which Agreement Should You Choose?
No one enters into a new construction project anticipating that it will end with a lawsuit. However, there is always the possibility that a new development or construction project will go south. While you may not be able to predict the job that may … [Read more...] about Sometimes the Best Defense is a Good Offense
In today's tight construction market, more and more contractors are turning to public contracts to keep hammers swinging and maintain their workforce. In doing so, many are overlooking an advantage they have in bidding for public work. ORS 279A.120 … [Read more...] about In Bidding on Oregon Public Contracts, Oregon Contractors Have an Advantage
SSJH attorneys Mark C. Hoyt and Russ Pike will deliver a seminar regarding current insurance and risk management issues to construction industry professionals with Ed Davis of Maps Insurance on May 25th at 4:00 p.m. in Salem. Program Details Date - Time … [Read more...] about May 25 Presentation: Key Insurance Coverage and Contract Issues Affecting Contractors