David Suchar and Jevon Bindman Co-Author Article for the American Bar Association's Under Construction Newsletter
The article highlights five of the most problematic new requirements in the new insurance forms Exhibit and suggests modifications to the proposed Exhibit to remedy problems resulting from its sets of form promises.
Resources: Publications



"Magistrate Judge Schultz Joins District Bench," Bar Talk, Federal Bar Association, Minnesota Chapter, 2017
Erica A. Holzer
"The Honorable Myron H. Bright, 'Champion of Equality,' Dies at 97," Spring Newsletter, Bar Association of the United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit, 2017
Jesse Mondry
"Owner-Architect Form Agreements: An Owner's Perspective," The Practical Real Estate Lawyer, March 2017
Andrew N. Jacobson
"Additional Insured Coverage: The Why, the What & the Wherefore," 11 J.A.C.C.L. 1 (Thomson Reuters 2017)
James Duffy O'Connor
Chapter 19 "Duties of Appointed Defense Counsel: Ethical Challenges," Building Better Construction Contracts 2016, Practising Law Institute, 2016
James Duffy O'Connor, David E. Suchar, Hillary A. Taylor
Chapter 20 "Ethics and the Tripartite Relationship," Building Better Construction Contracts 2016, Practising Law Institute, 2016
James Duffy O'Connor
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