Category Archives: Real Estate and Construction Litigation


Compelling Arbitration When There Are Nonsignatories to an Arbitration Agreement

A Motion to Compel Arbitration is becoming a more regular occurrence with the increased frequency of arbitration agreements.  Even in…

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As Technology Improves, So Does Its Application in the Construction Industry

Originally published March 29, 2019 in The Critical Path newsletter for the Construction Law Committee for DRI by Jason Daniel…

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Texas Updates Conditions Under Which a Landlord May Collect Late Fees for Late Rent and Defines What is Considered a Reasonable Late Fee

The State of Texas has updated the conditions under which a landlord may collect a late fee for a tenant’s…

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