Principal Editors: A. Bright Ariail and Calvin T. (Ted) Vick, Jr.
Contributing Authors: A. Bright Ariail, Henry W. Brown, Matthew E. Cox, John W. Davidson, W. Kyle Dillard, Emily R. Gifford, Mason A. (Andy) Goldsmith, Jr., Neil S. Haldrup, M. Stokely Holder, Townes B. Johnson III, Bryan P. Kelley, Keven K. Kenison, N. Ward Lambert, J. W. (Jay) Matthews III, Keith C. McCook, Peden Brown McLeod, Jr., Lawrence C. Melton, John T. Merrell, Tara E. Nauful, Boyd B. (Nick) Nicholson, Jr., F. Lee Prickett III, Franklin J. Smith, Jr., R. Patrick Smith, Joshua D. Spencer, Taylor H. Stair, Robert D. Thomas, Tracy T. Vann, Calvin T. (Ted) Vick, Jr., and James E. Weatherholtz
The South Carolina Bar-CLE Division is pleased to introduce a handy reference for South Carolina lawyers who advise clients in the construction industry. Whether your practice revolves around construction law and its various nuances, or you have a client with the occasional need for construction-related services, every South Carolina lawyer that is confronted with a construction-related issue should have the new South Carolina Construction Law Desk Book. This book, with 13 chapters and more than 650 pages, is the only SC Bar CLE publication that addresses construction law in South Carolina. Written by 29 contributing authors it covers all realms of construction law, from licensing requirements, bidding public projects, drafting and negotiating construction and design contracts, procuring the appropriate insurance or surety products, and best practices for securing payment for materials or services, to the resolution of construction and design disputes based in contract or tort.
A complete list of chapters in the South Carolina Construction Law Desk Book includes:
Licensure of Construction Professions and Occupations
Public Construction Projects State and Local
Claims Arising out of Contract or Quasi-Contract
Construction Defect Claims and Damages
Design Professional Liability
Alternative Dispute Resolution
A Survey of Labor & Employment and Workplace Safety and Health Law for Construction Lawyers
A Survey of Bankruptcy Law for Construction Lawyers