February 2010 Construction Law Top Blawgs

  1. Covers green building trends and regulations for the construction, design and insurance industries. By Chris Cheatham.
  2. Covers construction industry news and updates. By Joshua Glazov.
  3. Thoughts on the construction law landscape. By Christopher G. Hill.
  4. Covers cmmunity associations, EIFS, construction litigation and construction news. By the Construction Litigation Group of Stark & Stark.
  5. Covers legal issues related to green building and sustainable development. By Shari Shapiro.
  6. Follows the construction industry and related legal topics. By Womble Carlyle.
  7. Covers construction litigation and legislation in Washington, Alaska and Oregon. By Ahlers & Cressman PLLC.
  8. Covers Virginia real estate, land use, and construction law issues, such as green building and LEED. By Bean Kinney & Korman.
  9. Provides legal information and resources for federal construction contractors. By Payne Hackenbracht & Sullivan.
  10. Focuses on developments in Michigan construction law.
  11. Covers legal issues, news, and regulations relating to the construction industry. By K&L Gates.
  12. Covers construction contracts, disputes and liens. By Wolfe Law Group.
  13. Covers construction litigation in Colorado. By Higgins, Hopkins, McLain & Roswell, LLC.
  14. Covers condemnation and real estate law. By David B. Snyder of Fox Rothschild, LLP.
  15. Discusses South Carolina construction law, including mechanic's liens, delay claims, and construction defect. By D. Ryan McCabe.
  16. Covers construction, environmental, land use and real estate law. By Davis, Wright Tremaine LLP.
  17. Covers construction disputes, contracts, mechanic's liens and more. By Andrea Goldman.
  18. Covers real estate, construction, and land use laws in the Pacific Northwest. By Davis Wright Tremaine, LLP.
  19. Covers Florida estate planning, probate, and construction law issues. By the Law Office of R. Kellen Bryant., P.L.
  20. Covers the analysis and management of legal risks for entrepreneurs, small businesses, community associations (homeowners associations) and other non-profit organizations. By Linda E. Cummings.