• News for Risk Management

    Tuesday, May 28, 2019
    In a recent decision, the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts (SJC) has held that a contractor seeking to enforce a lien dissolution bond under G.L. c. 254 § 14 need not record an attested to copy of its complaint with the Registry of Deeds. In City Electric Supply Co. v. Arch Insurance Co., the SJC vacated a decision of Norfolk Superior Court—refusing to apply the recording requirement of ...read more
    Categories: AGC MA News, Member News, Case Study, Risk Management
    Tuesday, November 13, 2018
    This past September, the AGC MA Risk Forum held its third meeting of 2018and the Forum is quickly becoming an essential meeting ground for AGC MA members who manage risk within their organizations.  The Forum, chaired by Preti Flaherty’s Ken Rubinstein, was created to be a place where AGC MA members involved in legal, risk management, and safety could come together for an open exchange of ideas on ...read more
    Categories: Education, Risk Management, AGC MA News, Member News
    Friday, June 29, 2018
    When a potential change on a project is discovered, reviewing the contract documents is often not the contractor’s first step. A contractor is typically inclined to focus its attention first and foremost on solving the problem. However, it is important to recognize that most contracts contain provisions requiring certain steps be taken by any contractor or subcontractor who intends to assert a ...read more
    Categories: BBP Quarterly, Risk Management

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