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Construction Claims Monthly Reviews Jim O'Connor's Recent Law Review Article on Insurance Coverage for Defective Construction
October 11, 2011
The American College of Construction Lawyers published an article written by Jim O'Connor in the Winter 2011 Issue of its law journal titled: "What Every Court Should Know About Insurance Coverage for Defective Construction." The article is national in scope and offers a solution to conflicting American jurisprudence currently addressing this important problem for the American Construction Industry. In the May 2011 issue of Construction Claims Monthly, the editors referred its readership to O'Connor's article, describing the article as "erudite and practical."

To view the article, go to: What Every Court Should Know About Insurance Coverage for Defective Construction.

Jim O'Connor is head of Maslon's Construction Law Group, where he devotes his practice exclusively to construction and construction insurance-related matters and represents engineers, general contractors, specialty contractors, owners and designers in contract formation and construction matters throughout the United States. Jim is a Fellow of the American College of Construction Lawyers, a Fellow of the American Bar Foundation, the former Chair of the ABA Forum on the Construction Industry, and an active member of the AGC's Contract Documents Committee and its Risk Management Committee.
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