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      Construction Law for Managers, Architects, and Engineers

      ISBN 13: 9781418048471

      ISBN 10: 141804847X

      Author: Nancy J. White

      Pages: 528

      Published: 12/12/2007

      Price: $129.95 Add to cart

      The construction industry now has a clear, targeted resource for learning pertinent legal principles. Traditional books focus on general legal principles or general construction practices, while this book focuses on that critical place where the law and construction practices intersect. From labor law to contracts, property law to insurance, Construction Law for Managers, Architects, and Engineers uses real-world examples and clear, straightforward business language to transform complex legal jargon into relevant, applicable legal principles and strategies. This book serves as an ideal reference for managers, architects, engineers, construction executives, as well as a useful learning tool for students seeking the knowledge to succeed in these important fields.

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      • Both successful and unsuccessful legal strategies are provided, helping readers see the consequences of each and to develop sound managerial practices
      • Focused coverage of management implications topics are used in the featured sidebars
      • Real-world examples encourage readers to apply the concepts and strategies to their own business situations
      Author Bio
      Nancy J. White
      Nancy J. White, J.D., is an Associate Professor in the Department of Finance and Law at Central Michigan University. She has been teaching the basics of construction law for over 10 years.
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      Table of Contents
      Chapter 1: Introduction

      Chapter 2: Mistakes

      Chapter 3: Employment and Labor Law

      Chapter 4: Relationships

      Chapter 5: Bonds, Liens, and Waivers

      Chapter 6: Plans and Specs

      Chapter 7: Contract Formation, Termination, and Damages

      Chapter 8: Changes, Additions, and Delays

      Chapter 9: Scope

      Chapter 10: Environmental and Property Law

      Chapter 11: Insurance

      Chapter 12: Torts and Warranties

      Chapter 13: Sales

      Chapter 14: Intellectual Property

      Chapter 15: Killer Clauses