JurisNet index title: Construction schedules: analysis, evaluation and interpretation of schedules in litigation and dispute resolution - Fifth edition
1 online resource (750 pages).
Juris arbitration law.
"The Fifth Edition of Construction Schedules examines the use of construction schedules in resolving disputes over contract time extensions and the economic consequences of such, and takes an in-depth look at the only lasting opinions that count in this litigious arena. These opinions are the ones expressed by the United States court system and other third party neutrals across the world. Construction schedules are now globally used and analyzed to establish and prove opposing positions when projects are completed later than promised, occurrences that are attributable to a multitude of causes during the construction process. Entitlement to equitable adjustments due to changed conditions is now argued across the globe and American court opinions are the linchpin landmarks for neutral decision makers. The current edition of Construction Schedules reflects the current thinking of the courts and suggests how parties and their attorneys should prepare and proceed in litigation, arbitration, or mediation. For anyone involved or potentially involved in construction schedule litigation and/or dispute resolution, this work is the required starting point and reference."--Publisher's website.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Description based on Juris ArbitrationLaw title description page, viewed April 3, 2018.
Revision of: Callahan, Michael T. Construction schedules. Fourth edition. Huntington, New York : Juris,