December 2008 Construction Law Top Blawgs

  1. Covers legal issues related to green building and sustainable development. By Shari Shapiro.
  2. Covers construction litigation and legislation in Washington, Alaska and Oregon. By Ahlers & Cressman PLLC.
  3. Thoughts on the construction law landscape. By Christopher G. Hill.
  4. Focuses on developments in Michigan construction law.
  5. Covers real estate, construction, and land use laws in the Pacific Northwest. By Davis Wright Tremaine, LLP.
  6. Covers legal issues, news, and regulations relating to the construction industry. By K&L Gates.
  7. Covers condemnation and real estate law. By David B. Snyder of Fox Rothschild, LLP.
  8. Follows the construction industry and related legal topics. By Womble Carlyle.
  9. Covers construction disputes, contracts, mechanic's liens and more. By Andrea Goldman.
  10. Covers construction contracts, guarantees, warranties and workplace policies.
  11. Covers green building trends and regulations for the construction, design and insurance industries. By Chris Cheatham.
  12. By the Law Office of Ray Garcia, P.A.
  13. Covers recent case law, changes in the statutory law, advice and practical tips on construction law including filing materialmen's liens, payment bond claims, Miller Act issues, construction contracting, and public works.
  14. Covers Florida construction law and government contracting. By David Adelstein.
  15. Covers construction and insurance issues in New Zealand. By Grimshaw & Co.
  16. By Gray Reed & McGraw, P.C.
  17. The Lien Zone is a construction law blog for Florida contractors. It includes forms, infographics, videos and articles.
  18. Covers mortgages, condominium law, conveyancing, bankruptcy, employment law, construction law, debt collection and other related subjects.
  19. Covers business and insurance law. By Rich, Intelisano & Katz, LLP.
  20. Shares experiences and lessons learned in the construction trenches on retainage, surety bonds, indemnity issues, mechanic’s liens, payment conditions, terminations, and delays. By Lee Brumitt of Dysart Taylor Cotter McMonigle & Montemore, P.C.