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Attorney: James Duffy O'Connor
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  • "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
  • "For Things That Go Boom in the Night: A Primer on Crisis Management for the Construction Industry," 10 J.A.C.C.L. 1 (Thomson Reuters 2016)
    James Duffy O'Connor
  • "Suppose Repose Were Indisposed: A True Story Prediction of Collapse and Disaster for the Construction Industry," 34 The Construction Lawyer 5 (Fall 2014)
    James Duffy O'Connor
  • "It's a Matter of Time: Delay and Change," 8 J.A.C.C.L. 1 (West 2014)
    James Duffy O'Connor
  • "Who Pays the Attorneys' Fees When You Lose the CGL Coverage Battle?" 6 J.A.C.C.L. 2 (West 2012)
    James Duffy O'Connor
  • "What Every Court Should Know about Insurance Coverage for Defective Construction," 5 J.A.C.C.L. 1 (West 2011)
    James Duffy O'Connor
  • The 2007 A201 Deskbook: Understanding the Revised General Conditions, American Bar Association, 2008
    James Duffy O'Connor
  • "Wrestling with Reform: Indemnification Agreements, The Statutory Bars, Promises to Procure, and Insurance Products for the Construction Industry," 1 J.A.C.C.L. 57 (West 2007)
    James Duffy O'Connor
  • "Delay & Change in the Construction Project," Thomson West Construction Briefings, 2005
    James Duffy O'Connor
  • "Construction Defects, 'Property Damage' and the Commercial General Liability Policy," 24 The Construction Lawyer 30 (Spring 2004)
    James Duffy O'Connor
  • "Chapter 2: Owner-Contractor Agreements," co-author, AGC Contract Documents Handbook (Construction Law Library), Aspen (2003)
    James Duffy O'Connor
  • "Chapter 4: The New AGC Standard Form of Agreement & General Conditions Between Owner and Contractor," The AGC Deskbook, 2002
    James Duffy O'Connor
  • "Controlled Construction Insurance Programs: Putting a Ribbon on Wrap-Ups," The Construction Lawyer, Winter 2002
    James Duffy O'Connor
  • "Controlled Insurance Programs in the Construction Industry: Putting a Ribbon on Wrap-Ups," co-author, 22 The Construction Lawyer 30 (Winter 2002)
    James Duffy O'Connor
  • Sticks & Bricks: A Practical Guide to Construction Systems and Technology, co-author, American Bar Association, 2001
    James Duffy O'Connor
  • "What Every Construction Lawyer Should Know About CGL Coverage for Defective Construction," 21 The Construction Lawyer 22 (Winter 2001)
    James Duffy O'Connor
  • "Program Management: The Constructor's Perspective—On Platypuses and Program Management," 16 The Construction Lawyer 11 (Oct. 1996)
    James Duffy O'Connor
  • "Note, Illegitimacy Classifications Require Reasonably Strict Scrutiny," 11 Creighton L. Rev. 609 (1978)
    James Duffy O'Connor
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