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What are common types of construction defects?

Whether you are building a home or remodeling one, the entire process can be a long and complex. In some cases, this could require several workers, such as contractors and subcontractors, and various types of materials. For some construction projects, specific materials are required. If a builder fails to provide this material, this could greatly reduce the value of the home. Moreover, if the material used is defective, this could result in a serious construction dispute.

Helping you devise a strategy to overcome a construction dispute

Whether you are seeking to build a home, business, an addition to an existing building, a commercial complex, a road, bridge or any other type of structure, there are often many working parts to a construction project in Louisiana and elsewhere. Thus, when issues occur, parties fail to uphold their obligations, there are major delays or even construction defects, construction disputes are likely to emerge.

Reducing employer liability with a driver safety program

Employers in Louisiana and elsewhere have to take certain steps to meet the needs of their employees. This does not only serve to protect the health and wellbeing of the employees but also protects an employer from an employer liability claim. By taking the initiative to implement specific programs in the workplace, information and guidelines could be shared among employees. This step could also help to protect from a lawsuit if certain incidents or accidents occur in the workplace.

What are the fiduciary duties of board members?

When business relationships are formed in Louisiana and elsewhere, certain duties are required to be met by the parties or members of a business. Failing to meet such duties does not only hurt the business relationship formed but could also impact the overall function of a business.

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