Andrew Witik of Christensen Hsu Sipes discusses the current trends in state courts’ interpretation of the defined term “occurrence” in a CGL policy.
Submit Stories, Events, CLE, Seminars and articles of interest relevant to construction defect and claims matters. Promote your firm's capabilities, or get exposure to your articles through our highly targeted readership of decision makers, construction attorneys, builders, owners, and claims professionals.
Articles may contain relevant images, links, your firm's name, and links to your corporate website, or third parties.
The preferred method of submission is through e mail, at...
Please remember to include your contact information if you would like it to be published with your content. Articles submitted are assumed to be cleared for publishing upon receipt by CDJ.
If you are submitting photos or PDF documents with your article, please send them as e mail attachments.
Normally articles are published in full, although we reserve the right to condense content for space purposes.
All articles submitted are considered for publication.
For additional questions please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The Latest Construction Defect and Claims News Delivered Straight to Your Inbox...
Subscribing is easy and it's Free! Just Click the Subscribe link and hit send. Or use the following link...
- 1 of 114
- next ›
John Yang of the PBS News Hour reports and joins Judy Woodruff from Nassau with an update on a disaster whose scope of destruction is still coming into focus.
ABC News In-depth Four Corners investigates Australia's apartment building crisis -- from shoddy workmanship to lax laws.
Kirsten Dirksen showcases how Tilemachos Andrianopoulos elevated a concrete prism freeing up the space below for indoor/outdoor living and dining rooms.
Edward Farrell of Cummins & White, LLP focuses on civil litigation in the areas of commercial and business disputes, real estate, construction law, and professional liability.
Minds Eyes Design explores 10 unusual but awesome tiny homes and vacation cabins.
Catastrophe models are not just for hurricanes. They are also not just for insurance carriers. Ming Lee, president and CEO of catastrophe modeling firm AIR Worldwide, discusses how insurance brokers and governments are increasingly using cat models and how cat models are expanding into other risks and expanding geographically.