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Construction Law in Arkansas: Construction Lien Filings and Property Descriptions – Sometimes Less Is More.
Category: Construction
Though Arkansas materialmen’s and mechanics’ lien law rarely appears in appellate court opinions, within the last 12 months there was an exception. On December 6, 2017, the Arkansas Court of Appeals held that, pursuant to Ark. Code Ann. § 18-44-101, one cannot have a materialmen’s lien against a…
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Construction and Capital Expenditures: Don't Ignore the Greatest Risk Affecting Your Project
Category: Construction
Like most construction lawyers, my time is divided between contract reviews, disputes, and regulatory matters. Although I primarily provide counsel on construction contracts, litigating design and construction matters is a constant reminder to me that too often owners tend to be pennywise and pound…
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Public-Private Partnerships in Arkansas
Category: Construction
At the June Associated General Contractors (AGC) of Arkansas membership luncheon, I had the opportunity to present on public-private partnerships projects (P3s), the statutory authority for infrastructure P3 projects in Arkansas, and how the design and construction industries in Arkansas would be…
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Design-Build Institute of America to Host P3 Webinar on June 13
Category: Construction
Design-Build Institute of America will host a webinar, titled "Making the Most of Public-Private Partnerships (P3s) in Arkansas," on Wednesday, June 13. Matt Girard, who leads the Civil Division at the Plenary Group, and others will be speaking about P3 design-build-finance-operate-maintain…
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Arkansas Legislator to Present at US P3 Infrastructure Forum 2018
Category: Construction
Public-private partnerships (P3s) continue to grow in the United States, positively impacting the architecture, engineering, construction, development, finance, and public infrastructure industries and sectors of the economy. Arkansas is keeping pace - and as a construction lawyer, project finance…
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