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February 12, 2015

The only certainty regarding changes on a construction project is that there will be changes. Construction bid requests often lack clearly defined bidding instructions describing how additional costs will be incorporated into the contractual agreements as a result of p...

February 11, 2015

Tony Jach, partner at Nixon Jach Hubbard, was elected Chairman of the Construction Law Section for the Dallas Bar Association. His term will run through 2015.  Tony has been actively involved with the Construction Law Section's leadership since 2007, beginning with his...

February 10, 2015

The Dallas Court of Appeals recently held a supplier can "perfect" a lien for materials ordered and delivered to a job, even if those materials were not incorporated into the work. Despite the lack of incorporation into the work, the Court found the materials were “fur...

February 9, 2015

On many job application forms employers ask prospective employees about their criminal histories. Often the prospective employees are required to check a box – either “yes” or “no.” While this type of question has traditionally been allowed (and still is allowed in Tex...

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