Article Date: 10/02/2006


EDITOR'S NOTES | Issue 4-39


Whether it happens on a playground or a worksite, intentionally hindering someone else’s project is never appropriate. Such etiquette applies to this week’s first case in which a contractor is faulted for actively interfering with a subcontractor’s work. A no-damage-for-delay contract clause wasn’t enough to protect the contractor from delay-related liability.

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