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Contracts, Provisions, and Legalese, Oh My

Delving into the Dangers of Defects and Delays No one wants to spend time redoing a job that they've already put time and energy into. Karalynn Cromeens of the Cromeens Law Firm wrote a piece for US Glass magazine to explain why you may end up responsible for redoing...

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All About Contracts – When Uncontrollable Things Happen

Preparation for the Unpredictable If COVID-19 has taught us anything, it is that regardless of what life may throw at you, you must be prepared to adjust. Many contractors are still being hit by the effects of COVID. Dealing with an increase in material prices, access...

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All About Contracts – The Work

Specifying the Work Describing the work you are going to do is vital in the construction business. It allows everyone to be on the same page as far as expectations and makes no room for blurry lines. Karalynn Cromeens of the Cromeens Law Firm wrote a blog for the...

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How the Construction Industry Shaped Me

Learn About The Get Sh*t Done Tribe and What It Means to Karalynn Cromeens One of the many things that separate Karalynn Cromeens from other construction attorneys is her firsthand experience in construction. She shares her unique story of growing up in the...

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All About Contracts – The Schedule

Time Is of The Essence! When it comes to construction, an estimated time of completion can be difficult to nail down. You don't want to overpromise and not complete it in time, but you also don't want your client to think you're going to take forever and risk not...

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All About Contracts – Quality of Work and Warranty

The Consequences of Doing Bad Work We should all strive to do good work – especially when you are being paid to do so. Karalynn of the Cromeens Law Firm connected with the Construction Brothers as a guest blogger to explain how warranties can help to enforce quality...

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Subcontracts Are Broken

Why The Subcontract Is Failing You In construction law, signing something that you are legally bounded to is a big deal. This is why it is extremely important to understand every part of a subcontract. Construction attorney Karalynn Cromeens got with the Construction...

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All About Contracts – Payment Terms

Preparing for Pay Day Having to ask about a payment can be awkward – especially when its overdue. Karalynn wrote a blog for the Construction Brothers to give tips on how to avoid these conversations. Including payment terms in a contract can be a life-saver especially...

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Big, Bad, Scary Indemnity

Diving Into Indemnity and What it Really Means There are many legal terms out there that intimidate the average person, indemnity being one of them. Karalynn Cromeens provided Construction Citizen with an article detailing exactly what indemnity is and how it can...

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