Six BGD Attorneys Featured in USLAW's Construction Compendium
Six Bingham Greenebaum Doll attorneys contributed to their respective section of the Indiana and Kentucky law sections of USLAW’s Construction Compendium, providing an overview of certain current litigation and legal topics.
In the Indiana section, Don Graham, Gerry Gregerson, Grant Clapacs and Brad Wilt provided a comprehensive analysis of current Indiana construction law. Their discussion spanned to topics including Indiana’s existence as a modified comparative fault state, as well as the definition and explanation of numerous legal issues, including: breach of contract, negligence, breach of warranty, misrepresentation and fraud, strict liability claims, and indemnity claims. They also highlighted the various categories of damages, and several issues pertaining to insurance coverage for construction claims.
In the Kentucky section, Mark Grundy and Ben Weyman began their discussion with the Kentucky Fairness in Construction Act and mechanics and materialman’s liens, before discussing the definitions and implications of subjects like breach of contract, negligence, fraud and misrepresentation, strict liability, indemnity and statute of limitations. They also analyzed the Economic Loss Doctrine in addition to the various kinds of damages available to a non-breaching party.
To read the USLAW Construction Compendium, click here.