Latent Defect Construction Government Contracts (Patent vs Latent)

Knowing the Difference Between Patent vs Latent Defect Can Save Tens of Thousands in Unnecessary Litigation Many contractors often ask what is a latent defect? Knowing the answer is essential to your decision on whether or not to litigate the dispute. Latent defects on government contracts can severely impact the cost… Read more »

Colorado Construction Contract Payment Clauses

A common contract payment clause in Colorado construction contracts is “pay when paid clauses in construction contracts” or “paid-if-paid” clause. The immediate concern for most Colorado construction subcontractors is the impact to their everyday operations when the owner does not pay the prime contractor. The first approach to this level… Read more »

Government Contracts Equitable Adjustments & Change Orders

Understanding the Basics of Equitable Adjustment Can Save Substantial Amounts in Unnecessary Litigation The changes clause under government contracts allows you to submit a Request for Equitable Adjustment (REA)  when there are scope changes, delays and other unforeseeable circumstances. Adjustments can be either upwards or downwards; Proof of claims falls… Read more »