Posts Tagged ‘Construction Law’

Disappointed Bidders on Public Projects

Disappointed Bidders on Public Projects

  • December 1st, 2010
  • W. Jay Brown
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Recently, the Michigan Court of Appeals released its decision in Cedroni Associates, Inc. v Tombilson, Harburn Associates Architects & Planners, Inc. (docket # 287024, released 11/16/10) which provides new avenues for the disappointed low bidder to challenge the bid process…

The Powerful Remedies of the Builders Trust Fund Act

The Powerful Remedies of the Builders Trust Fund Act

  • January 22nd, 2010
  • W. Jay Brown
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It’s a typical scenario- a subcontractor or supplier is owed money from a contractor but hasn’t perfected a right to a construction lien. The subcontractor or supplier think they are out of luck and are stuck with an uncollectable breach…