1985 Legal Handbook for Architects, Engineers and Contractors: Interdisciplinary Treatment of Construction Failures
This guidebook for construction law practitioners analyzes the legal issues surrounding construction failures. Liability questions, financial protection, and proposals to reduce risk of failures is discussed in the work.
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Learning from Failures
Liabilities of the Contributors to the Construction Process
Legal Liability of Building Officials for Structural Failures
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AEPIC Anti-Injunction Act appellate court architect architect's duty Architects and Engineers arising ASCE attorneys award Building Code building inspector causes of failures Civil Engineering class certification client collapse collateral estoppel Construction Failures construction manager construction process contract contractor costs coverage Dalkon Shield defective defendants design professional design-build disseminating Dist documents duty to supervise failure information Federal Skywalk fees filed firm Forensic Engineering held Hyatt Regency individual injury investigation involved issue Judge Wright limited mandatory class action Mass Accident mass tort litigation materials Miller negligence Obata & Kassabaum owner payment bond performance plaintiffs practice problems procedural profes punitive damage reports responsibility result right to stop role Rptr Rule safety settlement shop drawings Skywalks litigation standard strict liability structural engineer Structural Failures suit Supp supra note surety text accompanying notes third parties tion trial victims W.D. Mo