Litigation and Arbitration Venue Provisions in Construction Contracts: When and How They Work
Venue and choice-of-law provisions are fairly standard in construction contacts, but can be overlooked due to their location within a contract. When drafted effectively, these provisions can help limit uncertainty about where and how disputes will be resolved. In this article for Construction Executive, Kenneth E. Rubinstein and Eric Penley examine best practices for understanding the implications of these provisions and how they can be enforced.
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