- Kentucky Corrects Law That Previously Considered Private Construction Companies “Public Agencies”
- Indiana Court of Appeals Rules Against Contractor and Performance Bond Surety on Contractor's Differing Site Conditions Claim
- Where You Sue can Hurt You: Ohio Appellate Courts Split on Ability to Appeal in Foreclosure Actions
- Hewitt v. L.E. Myers; Ohio Intentional Tort
- Kentucky Adopts Economic Loss Doctrine but Specific Application to the Construction Industry Remains Unsettled
- Funding from Commonwealth does not Automatically Invoke Application of Kentucky Model Procurement Code to Local Public Works Projects
- Oh Where, Oh Where, Oh Where Have the Indiana Recovery Act Dollars Gone?
- NLRB Requires Posting of Unionization Rights
- Ohio House Bill 153 and Public Construction Reform
- New Ohio Transportation Bill Allows Public-Private Partnerships And Expands Design-Build Procurement
- Navigating the Perils of Kentucky’s Mechanic’s Lien Statute
- Five Frequent Fatal Mistakes of Ohio Mechanic’s Lien Claimants
- Common Mistakes of Indiana’s Mechanic’s Lien Claimants (And How To Avoid Them)
- Top Ten Mistakes Leading to Loss of Lien Rights in Tennessee
- House Bill 153 and Public Construction Reform
- Federal Court in Florida Allows Obligee to Pursue Claim Under Payment Bond and to Offset Funds Payable on Bonded Project Against Unbonded Oblications
- Major Developments in Ohio Public Contracting
- Kentucky Supreme Court Finds That Faulty Workmanship Is Not An “Occurrence” Under a Commercial General Liability Policy
- General Contractors May Have Coverage For Costs Arising Out Of Subcontractors' Defective Work
- Wrongfully Rejected Bidders in Ohio can Recover Bid-preparation Costs
- Kentucky, Indiana and Ohio at Forefront of Green Building in the Healthcare Industry
- Are Construction Bid Errors Up in a Down Economy?
- Tennessee's Construction Industry Faces New Workers' Compensation Insurance Requirements
- Ohio Lien Law Update - When Should a Notice of Furnishing be Submitted?
- A "Stark" Reality for Indiana Contractors Who Do Not Strictly Comply with Contractual Claim Notice Provisions
- Tumultuous Kentucky Legislative Session Generates Several Bills Relating to the Construction Industry
- $585 Million “Stimulus” Project for Nashville Begins – The Music City Center Is Underway
- New Caselaw Concerning Ohio’s Prevailing Wage and Procurement Laws Could Have a Significant Impact on Public Owners, Private Developers, and Contractors
- New U.S. EPA Stormwater Rules and Initiatives Will Significantly Impact the Construction and Development Sector
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C. Michael Shull, III focuses his practice on construction law and litigation. Michael's client representations range from casinos and ENR Top 400 contractors to design firms and subcontractors.