In my recent article “Put in Writing When the Clock Starts Ticking,” I discuss how varying intrepretations statue of limitations can affect your business. Setting your own time limits on claims in your construction contracts can help you manage risk.

Read the full article here.

“Put in Writing When the Clock Starts Ticking” was originally published on November 21, 2014 by the Daily Journal of Commerce.

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Andrew Gibson helps his clients build successful projects and negotiate and resolve disputes. As a partner in Stoel Rives’ Real Estate, Construction and Design practice, Andrew is experienced in drafting and negotiating all forms of project documents, from the design phase through construction…

Andrew Gibson helps his clients build successful projects and negotiate and resolve disputes. As a partner in Stoel Rives’ Real Estate, Construction and Design practice, Andrew is experienced in drafting and negotiating all forms of project documents, from the design phase through construction, and regularly  assists clients with navigating the typical tricks and traps of contracting and insurance coverage issues. He is also a veteran of a variety of legal proceedings and has successfully pursued construction defect claims, insurance and bond claims, bid protests, stop payment notices, mechanic’s liens, real estate disputes, and collection actions through mediation, arbitration, and litigation.