Journal Index by Volume, beginning Winter 2007

PLEASE NOTE that articles from the Journal can be obtained online at:
http://legalsolutions.thomsonreuters.com/law-products/Treatises/Journal-of-the-American-College-of-Construction-Lawyers/p/100005055.

 

Volume 1, Number 1

Bruner, Phillip L. (2007) Construction Law and the American College of Construction Lawyers – A History, 1(1), 1-22.

Lloyd, Humphrey John (2007) Ethics for the Construction Industry:  Relatively Clean Fingernails, 1(1), 23-44.

Sapers, Carl M. (2007) On Teaching Ethics in Schools of Architecture, 1(1), 45-56.

O’Connor, James Duffy (2007) Wrestling with Reform:  Indemnification Agreements, the Statutory Bars, Promises to Procure, and Insurance Products for the Construction Industry, 1(1), 57-134.

O’Connor, Patrick J., Jr. (2007) Productivity and Innovation in the Construction Industry:  The Case for Building Information Modeling, 1(1), 135-183.

Hoffar, Julian F. and Ewald, Shelly L. (2007) Liquidated Damages and the Freedom to Contract, 1(1), 185-201.

Fletcher, Jennifer W. and Stipanowich, Laura J. (2007) Successful Forensic Schedule Analysis, 1(1), 203-239.

Volume 1, Number 2

O’Brien, Kevin (2007) Nuclear Power:  Dawn of a New Life?, 1(2), 1-34.

McMillan, Daniel D. (2007) Hyperinflation in the Construction Industry:  Collision Course between European “Hardship” Principles and the American Doctrine of Impracticality, 1(2), 35-102.

Whitney, Christopher C. (2007) Rediscovering Discovery in Construction Litigation, 1(2), 103-166.

O’Connor, Patrick J., Jr. (2007) The Curiouser and Curiouser State of American Arbitration Law:  Running Twice as Fast Only to Fall Behind, 1(2), 167-232.

Lurie, Paul M. (2007) The Revised Uniform Arbitration Act:  Choice of Law Issues Litigation, 1(2), 233-242.

Zetlin, Michael S. and Fladgate, Christopher J. (2007) The Collateral Use of Violations of Licensing Regulations and Codes of Ethics by Construction Professionals, 1(2), 243-268. 

Volume 2, Number 1

Leavitt, Josh M. and Rosenberg, Daniel G. (2008) Toward a Unified Theory of Damages in Construction Cases:  Part I – Navigating Through the Diminution of Value vs. Cost of Repair Debate in Defect Cases and allocating Burdens of Proof, 2(1), 1-51.

Andrus, Beth M, Gessford, James L. and Joyce, William R. (2008) The Economic Loss Doctrine in Construction Cases:  Are the Odds for Design Professionals Better in Vegas, 2(1), 53-88.

Hess, Stephen A. (2008) The Availability and Proof of Damages for Lost Bonding Capacity, 2(1), 89-122.

Hamersmith, Harold E. and Lozowicki, Edward B. (2008) Can the Spearin Doctrine Survive in a Design-Build World:  Who Bears Responsibility for Hybrid Specifications?, 2(1), 123-143.

Zicherman, Michael S. (2008) Constitutional Due Process and Mechanic’s Liens:  Do Public Mechanic’s Lien Laws Stat Up to the Challenge?, 2(1), 145-187.

Nagle, James F. and Kelley, Bryan A. (2008) Exploring the Federal Forums for Government Contracts,  2(1),189-208.

Volume 2, Number 2

Leavitt, Josh M. and Rosenberg, Daniel G. (2008) Toward a Unified Theory of Damages in Construction Cases:  Part II – The Search for Unifying Theories in Common Law and Statutory Approaches to Treatment of Prejudgment and Postjudgment Interest Awards on Prevailing Construction Damage Claims, 2(2), 1-62.

Rosengren, David E. and Cohane, Jared (2008) The Impossibility Doctrine – Still Hazy After All These Years: Part I, 2(2), 63-83. 

O’Connor, Patrick J., Jr. (2008) Understanding General Liability Coverage:  A Primer for Construction Lawyers, 2(2), 85-148.

Crowe, Donna M. (2008) For Green Building Issues, Call on Your Inner Green Lawyer, 2(2), 149-164.

Bruner, Philip L. (2008) Book Review:  International Construction Arbitration Handbook by Hinchey, John W. and Harris, Troy L., 2(2), 165-166.

Volume 3, Number 1

Thomson, Dean B. and Thomson, William D. (2009) A Modest Proposal:  Conflicting Judicial Decisions Should Mandate Insurance Coverage for the Insured under the Ambiguity Doctrine, 3(1), 1-17.

Overcash, Allen L. (2009) Will the New Contract Forms for Integrated Project Delivery make Conflict Obsolete?  (Or are We Still Lost in Our Contract Obsession?), 3(1), 19-45.

O’Connor, Patrick J., Jr. (2009) Business Interruption Coverages for Failures, 3(1), 47-74.

Kirsh, Harvey J. (2009) Dispute Review Boards and Adjudication:  Two Cutting-Edge ADR Processes in International Construction, 3(1), 75-90. 

Tricker, Edward H., George, Kory D., and Gerdes, Erin L. (2009) Survey of Prompt Pay Statutes, 3(1), 91-342.

Volume 3, Number 2

Sapers, Carl M. (2009) Professionalism Redux, 3(2), 1-13.

Rosengren, David E. and Cohane, Jared (2009) The Impossibility Doctrine - Still Hazy After All These Years: Part II, 3(2), 14-37.

Moseley, W. Alexander (2009) How Can the Construction Industry Better Manage Consequential Damages for Delay?  And Will the Courts Cooperate?, 3(2), 38-68.

O’Connor, Patrick J., Jr. and Bomba, Michael B. (2009) Integrated Project Delivery Part I:  Collaboration Through New Contract Forms, 3(2), 69-128.

Volume 4, Number 1

West, Joseph D. and Hissam (2010)  The Reasonableness of Liquidated Damages Provisions – Why Only the Look Back Approach Can Prevent Windfalls, 4(1), 1-21.

Heley, Mark J. (2010) Professional or Note:  Should Courts Preclude Contract Limitations of Liability Solely Because of the Architect’s or Engineer’s Status as a Licensed Professional?, 4(1), 23-52.

O’Connor, Patrick J., Jr., and McNaughton, Kim (2010) Bankruptcy and the Completing Surety, 4(1), 53-82.

Jones, Doug (2010)  Relationship Contracting in Australia:  Partnering, Alliancing and Other Arrangements, 4(1), 83-108.

Hess, Stephen A. (2010) Who Should Own the Float?, 4(1), 109-142.

Volume 4, Number 2

Griffin, Deborah, Martin, Hon. Robert, and Schexnayder, Chad (2010) The Intersection of Bankruptcy and Construction:  Treatment of Executory Construction Contracts and Mechanics Liens in Bankruptcy, 4(2), 1-36.

O’Connor, Patrick J., Jr. (2010) International Nuclear Liability: From the Perspective of the U.S. Engineering and Construction Industry, 4(2), 37-157.

Colby, Kevin, Kohner, Joshua J., and Montalbano, Douglas J. (2010) 2009 Insurance Law Survey, 4(2), 159-210.

Pearse, Richard W. (2010) Managing “Split-EPC Contracts” for International Construction Projects, 4(2), 211-241.

Volume 5, Number 1

O’Connor, James D. (2011) What Every Court Should Know About Insurance Coverage for Defective Construction, 5(1), 1-70.

Mockbee, David W. (2011) Architect/Engineer Expert Witnesses:  Professionals or Prostitutes, 5(1), 71-126.

Seals, Robert and Friedlander, Marck C. (2011) Examining Studies Used to Support Expert Opinions:  Does the Study Make the Grade?  An Illustrative Test for Suitability, 5(1), 127-135.

O’Connor, Patrick J., Jr. (2011) Legal Considerations in Sustainable Design and Construction, 5(1), 137-191.

Hurtado, Kimberly A. (2011) Emerging Standards of Care for Sustainable Design & Construction, 5(1), 193-219.

Volume 5, Number 2

Heisse, John R. (2011) The Measure of Malpractice – A Rebuttal to The “Threshold Approach” to Evaluating Errors in Design, 5(2), 1-25.

Trauner, Theodore J., Jr., PE, Manginelli, William A., and Furniss, Brian. (2011) Why Owners and Contractors Should Share the Float, 5(2), 27-46.

Vento, John S. (2011) the Admissibility of DRB Findings and Recommendations:  Issues and Implications, 5(2), 47-67.

Fletcher, Jennifer W., Davis, Lee C., Herlach, Mark D., Shah, Amish M. and Traylor, Greg W. (2012) Constructing Power:  The Near Term Outlook for Construction of Power Generation Projects in the 21st Century, 5(2), 69-111.

Volume 6, Number 1

Thomson, Dean B. (2012) Can Vague Regulations Be “Narrowly Tailored”?  An Analysis of the U.S. Department of Transportation’s DBE Regulations, 6(1), 1-19.

Cameron, John G., Jr. (2012) Construction Warranties:  How Long Do They Last? 6(1), 21-71.

Ingwalson, Carl F., Jr., Mow, Adam T., and Kurnik, Elysian. (2012) Arbitration and Nonsignatories:  Bound or Not Bound?  6(1), 73-110.

Overcash, Allen L. (2012) What is Wrong with Construction Arbitration – We Do Not Know the Issues!, 6(1), 111-126.

Friedlander, Mark C. (2012) Arbitrator-Directed Arbitration:  ADR with A Samurai Arbitrator, 6(1), 127-134.

Volume 6, Number 2

O’Connor, James Duffy (2012) Who Pays the Attorneys’ Fees When you Lose the CGL Coverage Battle?, 6(2), 1-16.

McConnell and Hess, Stephen A. (2012) Assessing Liability for Green Building Failures, Part I:  The History, Development, and Status of Green Building Codes, 6(2), 17-66.

Leavitt, Josh M. (2012) Toward a Unified Theory of Damages in Construction Cases:  Part III – Damages in Terminations for Convenience, 6(2), 67-109.

Bates, Albert, Jr. and Joseph Coles, Amy (2012) Audit Provisions in Private Construction Contracts:  Which Costs Are Subject to Audit, Who Bears the Expense of the Audit, and Who Has the Burden of Proof on Audit Claims?, 6(2), 111-141.

Volume 7, Number 1

O’Connor, Patrick J., Jr. (2013) Recent Developments in Insurance Law, 7(1), 1-152.

Mockbee, Davis W. and Jones, Jud (2013) The Measure of Malpractice – There is a Place for the Threshold Approach in Evaluating Design Error and Omissions, 7(1), 153-172.

Cameron, John G., Jr. (2013) Construction Site Safety:  Protecting the Worker/ Protecting the Owner, 7(1), 173-310.

Leiby, Larry R. (2013) Class Arbitrations Under Attack – But Survive, 7(1), 311-339.

Tricker, Edward H., Ebeler, Erin L., and Kortum, Christopher R. (2013) Application of Statutes of Repose to Contribution and Indemnity Claims and 50 State Survey, 7(1), 341-388.

Volume 7, Number 2

Gaitis, James M. (2013) Finality, Ripeness, and Functus Officio: The Interlocutory Arbitral Award Conundrum, 7(2), 1-64.

Cohane, Jared and Martin, Peter J. (2013) The Modern Problem of Limitless Liability in Public Contracting Afforded by the Ancient Doctrine of Nullum Tempus Occurrit Regis, 7(2), 65-93.

Hess, Stephen and McConnell, William (2013) Assessing Liability for Green Building Failures, Part II, 7(2), 95-126.

Adair, Ryan P. (2013) Limitations Imposed by the Covenant of Good Faith and Fair Dealing upon Termination for Convenience Rights in Private Construction Contracts, 7(2), 127-165.

Lurie, Paul M. (2013) Guided Choice: New Ways for a Mediator to Achieve Early Settlements, 7(2), 167-175.

Volume 8, Number 1

O’Connor, James Duffy (2014) It’s a Matter of Time: Delay and Change, 8(1), 1-28.

Knoll, Jocelyn L. and Bjorklund, Shannon L. (2014) Force Majeure and Climate Change: What is the New Normal?, 8(1), 29-82.

Miller, Robyn L., Fletcher, Jennifer W., Stipanowich, Laura J., and Lowndes, Jennifer S. (2014) International Legalities of Sustainable Construction, 8(1), 83-122.

O’Connor, Patrick J., Jr. (2014) How to Draft a Construction Contract Insurance Provision, 8(1), 123-160.

Moseley, W. Alexander (2014) Drafting Arbitration Clauses to Avoid Common Complaints, 8(1), 161-190.

Volume 8, Number 2

Thomson, Dean B. & Bruns, Colin (2014) Indemnity Wars:  Anti-Indemnity Legislation Across the Fifty States, 8(2), 1-31.

Leon, Barry & Siwiec, John (2014) Protecting International Construction Projects from Prejudicial Host Country Actions, 8(2), 33-42.

Abramowitz, Ava J. (2014) The Keys to Keeping a Project on Track, 8(2), 43-58.

O'Neal, Leslie King, Bruno, Paul A., Cassady, G. Edward III, and Badway, Ernest Edward (2014) Guidelines for Construction Industry Internal Investigations, 8(2), 59-85.

Heisse, John R. and Jacobi, Jeffrey (2014) The Measure of Malpractice – A Further Rebuttal to the “Threshold Approach”, 8(2), 87-102.

Sklar, Stanley P. (2014) A Brief Rejoinder to Mark Friedlander's Article about Arbitrator Directed Arbitration and the Samurai Arbitrator, 8(2), 103-110.

Volume 9, Number 1

O'Connor, Patrick J., Jr. (2015) Duties Owed by Design Professionals:  Standard of Care and Other Mysteries, 9(1), 1-43.

Schenck, James S., IV, and Goss, Kelli E. (2015) Liability for Construction Defects that Result from Multiple Causes, 9(1), 45-93.

Taylor, J. Henk (2015) Structuring Construction Settlements to Avoid Preference Liability, 9(1), 95-121.

Colby, Kevin T., and Davis, Lee C. (2015) The Rise of Modular Construction: A Changing Legal Landscape, 9(1), 123-178.

Journal Index by Author, beginning Winter 2007

PLEASE NOTE that articles from the Journal can be obtained online at:
http://legalsolutions.thomsonreuters.com/law-products/Treatises/Journal-of-the-American-College-of-Construction-Lawyers/p/100005055.

Alphabetical by Author

Abramowitz, Ava J. (2014) The Keys to Keeping a Project on Track, 8(2), 43-58.

Adair, Ryan P. (2013) Limitations Imposed by the Covenant of Good Faith and Fair Dealing upon Termination for Convenience Rights in Private Construction Contracts, 7(2), 127-165.

Andrus, Beth M, Gessford, James L. and Joyce, William R. (2008) The Economic Loss Doctrine in Construction Cases: Are the Odds for Design Professionals Better in Vegas, 2(1), 53-88.

Bates, Albert, Jr. and Joseph Coles, Amy (2012) Audit Provisions in Private Construction Contracts: Which Costs Are Subject to Audit, Who Bears the Expense of the Audit, and Who Has the Burden of Proof on Audit Claims?, 6(2), 111-141.

Bruner, Phillip L. (2007) Construction Law and the American College of Construction Lawyers – A History, 1(1), 1-22.

Bruner, Philip L. (2008) Book Review:  International Construction Arbitration Handbook by Hinchey, John W. and Harris, Troy L., 2(2), 165-166.

Cameron, John G., Jr. (2012) Construction Warranties:  How Long Do They Last? 6(1), 21-71.

Cameron, John G., Jr. (2013) Construction Site Safety:  Protecting the Worker/ Protecting the Owner, 7(1), 173-310.

Cohane, Jared and Martin, Peter J. (2013) The Modern Problem of Limitless Liability in Public Contracting Afforded by the Ancient Doctrine of Nullum Tempus Occurrit Regis, 7(2), 65-93.

Colby, Kevin, Kohner, Joshua J., and Montalbano, Douglas J. (2010) International Nuclear Liability: From the Perspective of the U.S. Engineering and Construction Industry, 4(2), 37-157.

Colby, Kevin T., and Davis, Lee C. (2015) The Rise of Modular Construction:  A Changing Legal Landscape, 9(1), 123-178. 

Fletcher, Jennifer W., Davis, Lee C., Herlach, Mark D., Shah, Amish M. and Traylor, Greg W. (2011) Constructing Power:  The Near Term Outlook for Construction of Power Generation Projects in the 21st Century, 5(2), 69-111.

Friedlander, Mark C. (2012) Arbitrator-Directed Arbitration:  ADR with A Samurai Arbitrator, 6(1), 127-134.

Gaitis, James M. (2013) Finality, Ripeness, and Functus Officio: The Interlocutory Arbitral Award Conundrum, 7(2), 1-64.

Griffin, Deborah, Martin, Hon. Robert, and Schexnayder, Chad (2010) The Intersection of Bankruptcy and Construction: Treatment of Executory Construction Contracts and Mechanics Liens in Bankruptcy, 4(2), 1-36.

Hamersmith, Harold E. and Lozowicki, Edward B. (2008) Can the Spearin Doctrine Survive in a Design-Build World: Who Bears Responsibility for Hybrid Specifications?, 2(1), 123-143.

Heisse, John R. (2011) The Measure of Malpractice – A Rebuttal to The “Threshold Approach” to Evaluating Errors in Design, 5(2), 1-25.

Heisse, John R. and Jacobi, Jeffrey (2014) The Measure of Malpractice – A Further Rebuttal to the “Threshold Approach”, 8(2), 87-102.

Heley, Mark J. (2010) Professional or Note:  Should Courts Preclude Contract Limitations of Liability Solely Because of the Architect’s or Engineer’s Status as a Licensed Professional?, 4(1), 23-52.

Hess, Stephen A. (2008) The Availability and Proof of Damages for Lost Bonding Capacity, 2(1), 89-122.

Hess, Stephen A. (2010) Who Should Own the Float?, 4(1), 109-142.

Hess, Stephen and McConnell, William (2013) Assessing Liability for Green Building Failures, Part II, 7(2), 95-126.

Hurtado, Kimberly A. (2011) Emerging Standards of Care for Sustainable Design & Construction, 5(1), 193-219.

Ingwalson, Carl F., Jr., Mow, Adam T., and Kurnik, Elysian (2012) Arbitration and Nonsignatories:  Bound or Not Bound?  6(1), 73-110.

Jones, Doug (2010)  Relationship Contracting in Australia:  Partnering, Alliancing and Other Arrangements, 4(1), 83-108.

Hoffar, Julian F. and Ewald, Shelly L. (2007) Liquidated Damages and the Freedom to Contract, 1(1), 185-201.

Kirsh, Harvey J. (2009) Dispute Review Boards and Adjudication:  Two Cutting-Edge ADR Processes in International Construction, 3(1), 75-90. 

Knoll, Jocelyn L. and Bjorklund, Shannon L. (2014) Force Majeure and Climate Change: What is the New Normal?, 8(1), 29-82.

Leavitt, Josh M. and Rosenberg, Daniel G. (2008) Toward a Unified Theory of Damages in Construction Cases: Part I – Navigating Through the Diminution of Value vs. Cost of Repair Debate in Defect Cases and allocating Burdens of Proof, 2(1), 1-51.

Leavitt, Josh M. and Rosenberg, Daniel G. (2008) Toward a Unified Theory of Damages in Construction Cases: Part II – The Search for Unifying Theories in Common Law and Statutory Approaches to Treatment of Prejudgment and Postjudgment Interest Awards on Prevailing Construction Damage Claims, 2(2), 1-62.

Leavitt, Josh M. (2012) Toward a Unified Theory of Damages in Construction Cases: Part III – Damages in Terminations for Convenience, 6(2), 67-109.

Leiby, Larry R. (2013) Class Arbitrations Under Attack – But Survive, 7(1), 311-339.

Leon, Barry & Siwiec, John (2014) Protecting International Construction Projects from Prejudicial Host Country Actions, 8(2), 33-42. 

Lloyd, Humphrey John (2007) Ethics for the Construction Industry: Relatively Clean Fingernails, 1(1), 23-44.

Lurie, Paul M. (2007) The Revised Uniform Arbitration Act: Choice of Law Issues Litigation, 1(2), 233-242.

Lurie, Paul M. (2013) Guided Choice: New Ways for a Mediator to Achieve Early Settlements, 7(2), 167-175.

McConnell and Hess, Stephen A. (2012) Assessing Liability for Green Building Failures, Part I: The History, Development, and Status of Green Building Codes, 6(2), 17-66.

McMillan, Daniel D. (2007) Hyperinflation in the Construction Industry: Collision Course between European “Hardship” Principles and the American Doctrine of Impracticality, 1(2), 35-102.

Miller, Robyn L., Fletcher, Jennifer W., Stipanowich, Laura J., and Lowndes, Jennifer S. (2014) International Legalities of Sustainable Construction, 8(1), 83-122.

Mockbee, David W. (2011) Architect/Engineer Expert Witnesses: Professionals or Prostitutes, 5(1), 71-126.

Mockbee, Davis W. and Jones, Jud (2013) The Measure of Malpractice – There is a Place for the Threshold Approach in Evaluating Design Error and Omissions, 7(1), 153-172.

Mosely, W. Alexander (2009) How Can the Construction Industry Better Manage Consequential Damages for Delay? And Will the Courts Cooperate?, 3(2), 38-68.

Moseley, W. Alexander (2014) Drafting Arbitration Clauses to Avoid Common Complaints, 8(1), 161-190.

Nagle, James F. and Kelley, Bryan A. (2008) Exploring the Federal Forums for Government Contracts,  2(1),189-208.

O’Brien, Kevin (2007) Nuclear Power:  Dawn of a New Life?, 1(2), 1-34.

O’Connor, James Duffy (2007) Wrestling with Reform: Indemnification Agreements, the Statutory Bars, Promises to Procure, and Insurance Products for the Construction Industry, 1(1), 57-134.

O’Connor, James Duffy (2012) Who Pays the Attorneys’ Fees When you Lose the CGL Coverage Battle?, 6(2), 1-16.

O’Connor, James D. (2011) What Every Court Should Know About Insurance Coverage for Defective Construction, 5(1), 1-70.

O’Connor, James Duffy (2014) It’s a Matter of Time: Delay and Change, 8(1), 1-28.

O’Connor, Patrick J., Jr. (2007) Productivity and Innovation in the Construction Industry: The Case for Building Information Modeling, 1(1), 135-183.

O’Connor, Patrick J., Jr. (2007) The Curiouser and Curiouser State of American Arbitration Law: Running Twice as Fast Only to Fall Behind, 1(2), 167-232.

O’Connor, Patrick J., Jr. (2008) Understanding General Liability Coverage: A Primer for Construction Lawyers, 2(2), 85-148.

O’Connor, Patrick J., Jr. (2009) Business Interruption Coverages for Failures, 3(1), 47-74.

O’Connor, Patrick J., Jr. (2011) Legal Considerations in Sustainable Design and Construction, 5(1), 137-191.

O’Connor, Patrick J., Jr. and Bomba, Michael B. (2009) Integrated Project Delivery Part I: Collaboration Through New Contract Forms, 3(2), 69-128.

O’Connor, Patrick J., Jr., and McNaughton, Kim (2010) Bankruptcy and the Completing Surety, 4(1), 53-82.

O’Connor, Patrick J., Jr. (2010) International Nuclear Liability: From the Perspective of the U.S. Engineering and Construction Industry, 4(2), 37-157.

O’Connor, Patrick J., Jr. (2011) Legal Considerations in Sustainable Design and Construction, 5(1), 137-191.

O’Connor, Patrick J., Jr. (2013) Recent Developments in Insurance Law, 7(1), 1-152.

O’Connor, Patrick J., Jr. (2014) How to Draft a Construction Contract Insurance Provision, 8(1), 123-160.

O’Connor, Patrick J., Jr. (2015) Duties Owed by Design Professionals: Standard of Care and Other Mysteries, 9(1), 1-43.

O’Neal, Leslie King, Bruno, Paul A., Cassady, G. Edward III, and Badway, Ernest Edward (2014) Guidelines for Construction Industry Internal Investigations, 8(2), 59-85. 

Overcash, Allen L. (2009) Will the New Contract Forms for Integrated Project Delivery make Conflict Obsolete? (Or are We Still Lost in Our Contract Obsession?), 3(1), 19-45.

Overcash, Allen L. (2012) What is Wrong with Construction Arbitration – We Do Not Know the Issues!, 6(1), 111-126.

Pearse, Richard W. (2010) Managing “Split-EPC Contracts” for International Construction Projects, 4(2), 211-241.

Rosengren, David E. and Cohane, Jared (2008) The Impossibility Doctrine – Still Hazy After All These Years: Part I, 2(2), 63-83. 

Rosengren, David E. and Cohane, Jared (2009) The Impossibility Doctrine – Still Hazy After All These Years: Part II, 3(2), 14-37. 

Sapers, Carl M. (2007) On Teaching Ethics in Schools of Architecture, 1(1), 45-56.

Sapers, Carl M. (2009) Professionalism Redux, 3(2), 1-13.

Schenck, James S., IV, and Goss, Kelli E. (2015) Liability for Construction Defects that Result from Multiple Causes, 9(1), 45-93.

Seals, Robert and Friedlander, Marck C. (2011) Examining Studies Used to Support Expert Opinions: Does the Study Make the Grade? An Illustrative Test for Suitability, 5(1), 127-135.

Sklar, Stanley P. (2014) A Brief Rejoinder to Mark Friedlander’s Article about Arbitrator Directed Arbitration and the Samurai Arbitrator, 8(2), 103-110.

Taylor, J. Henk (2015) Structuring Construction Settlements to Avoid Preference Liability, 9(1), 95-121. 

Thomson, Dean B. and Thomson, William D. (2009) A Modest Proposal: Conflicting Judicial Decisions Should Mandate Insurance Coverage for the Insured under the Ambiguity Doctrine, 3(1), 1-17.

Thomson, Dean B. (2012) Can Vague Regulations Be “Narrowly Tailored”? An Analysis of the U.S. Department of Transportation’s DBE Regulations, 6(1), 1-19.

Thomson, Dean B. & Bruns, Colin (2014) Indemnity Wars: Anti-Indemnity Legislation Across the Fifty States, 8(2), 1-31. 

Trauner, Theodore J., Jr., PE, Manginelli, William A., and Furniss, Brian. (2011) Why Owners and Contractors Should Share the Float, 5(2), 27-46.

Tricker, Edward H., George, Kory D., and Gerdes, Erin L. (2009) Survey of Prompt Pay Statutes, 3(1), 91-342.

Tricker, Edward H., Ebeler, Erin L., and Kortum, Christopher R. (2013) Application of Statutes of Repose to Contribution and Indemnity Claims and 50 State Survey, 7(1), 341-388.

Vento, John S. (2011) the Admissibility of DRB Findings and Recommendations: Issues and Implications, 5(2), 47-67.

West, Joseph D. and Hissam (2010)  The Reasonableness of Liquidated Damages Provisions – Why Only the Look Back Approach Can Prevent Windfalls, 4(1), 1-21.

Whitney, Christopher C. (2007) Rediscovering Discovery in Construction Litigation, 1(2), 103-166.

Zetlin, Michael S. and Fladgate, Christopher J. (2007) The Collateral Use of Violations of Licensing Regulations and Codes of Ethics by Construction Professionals, 1(2), 243-268. 

Zicherman, Michael S. (2008) Constitutional Due Process and Mechanic’s Liens: Do Public Mechanic’s Lien Laws Stat Up to the Challenge?, 2(1), 145-187.

Journal Index by Subject Matter, beginning Winter 2007

PLEASE NOTE that articles from the Journal can be obtained online at:
http://legalsolutions.thomsonreuters.com/law-products/Treatises/Journal-of-the-American-College-of-Construction-Lawyers/p/100005055.

1.                  Alternative Dispute Resolution (Arbitration, Mediation, Partnering, DRBs, etc.)

Friedlander, Mark C. (2012) Arbitrator-Directed Arbitration: ADR with A Samurai Arbitrator, 6(1), 127-134.

Gaitis, James M. (2013) Finality, Ripeness, and Functus Officio: The Interlocutory Arbitral Award Conundrum, 7(2), 1-64.

Ingwalson, Carl F., Jr., Mow, Adam T., and Kurnik, Elysian (2012) Arbitration and Nonsignatories: Bound or Not Bound?  6(1), 73-110.

Leiby, Larry R. (2013) Class Arbitrations Under Attack – But Survive, 7(1), 311-339.

Lurie, Paul M. (2007) The Revised Uniform Arbitration Act: Choice of Law Issues Litigation, 1(2), 233-242.

Lurie, Paul M. (2013) Guided Choice: New Ways for a Mediator to Achieve Early Settlements, 7(2), 167-175.

O’Connor, Patrick J., Jr. (2007) The Curiouser and Curiouser State of American Arbitration Law: Running Twice as Fast Only to Fall Behind, 1(2), 167-232.

Overcash, Allen L. (2012) What is Wrong with Construction Arbitration – We Do Not Know the Issues!, 6(1), 111-126.

Sklar, Stanley P. (2014) A Brief Rejoinder to Mark Friedlander’s Article about Arbitrator Directed Arbitration and the Samurai Arbitrator, 8(2), 103-110.

2.                  Bid and Award

3.                  Book Reviews

Bruner, Philip L. (2008) Book Review:  International Construction Arbitration Handbook by Hinchey, John W. and Harris, Troy L., 2(2), 165-166.

4.                  Changes

5.                  Claims (Preparation, Submission, Certification, False Claims Act, etc.)

Thomson, Dean B. (2012) Can Vague Regulations Be “Narrowly Tailored”? An Analysis of the U.S. Department of Transportation’s DBE Regulations, 6(1), 1-19.

6.                  Contract Forms and Contract Drafting

Jones, Doug (2010) Relationship Contracting in Australia: Partnering, Alliancing and Other Arrangements, 4(1), 83-108.

Moseley, W. Alexander (2014) Drafting Arbitration Clauses to Avoid Common Complaints, 8(1), 161-190.

O’Connor, Patrick J., Jr. and Bomba, Michael B. (2009) Integrated Project Delivery Part I: Collaboration Through New Contract Forms, 3(2), 69-128.

 O’Connor, Patrick J., Jr. (2014) How to Draft a Construction Contract Insurance Provision, 8(1), 123-160.

Overcash, Allen L. (2009) Will the New Contract Forms for Integrated Project Delivery make Conflict Obsolete? (Or are We Still Lost in Our Contract Obsession?), 3(1), 19-45.

7.                  Contract Interpretation

Bates, Albert, Jr. and Joseph Coles, Amy (2012) Audit Provisions in Private Construction Contracts: Which Costs Are Subject to Audit, Who Bears the Expense of the Audit, and Who Has the Burden of Proof on Audit Claims?, 6(2), 111-141.

8.                  Courts and Boards

Kirsh, Harvey J. (2009) Dispute Review Boards and Adjudication: Two Cutting-Edge ADR Processes in International Construction, 3(1), 75-90. 

Nagle, James F. and Kelley, Bryan A. (2008) Exploring the Federal Forums for Government Contracts,  2(1),189-208.

Vento, John S. (2011) the Admissibility of DRB Findings and Recommendations: Issues and Implications, 5(2), 47-67.

9.                  Damages

Hess, Stephen A. (2008) The Availability and Proof of Damages for Lost Bonding Capacity, 2(1), 89-122.

Hoffar, Julian F. and Ewald, Shelly L. (2007) Liquidated Damages and the Freedom to Contract, 1(1), 185-201.

Leavitt, Josh M. and Rosenberg, Daniel G. (2008) Toward a Unified Theory of Damages in Construction Cases: Part I – Navigating Through the Diminution of Value vs. Cost of Repair Debate in Defect Cases and allocating Burdens of Proof, 2(1), 1-51.

Leavitt, Josh M. and Rosenberg, Daniel G. (2008) Toward a Unified Theory of Damages in Construction Cases: Part II – The Search for Unifying Theories in Common Law and Statutory Approaches to Treatment of Prejudgment and Postjudgment Interest Awards on Prevailing Construction Damage Claims, 2(2), 1-62.

Leavitt, Josh M. (2012) Toward a Unified Theory of Damages in Construction Cases: Part III – Damages in Terminations for Convenience, 6(2), 67-109.

McMillan, Daniel D. (2007) Hyperinflation in the Construction Industry: Collision Course between European “Hardship” Principles and the American Doctrine of Impracticality, 1(2), 35-102.

Moseley, W. Alexander (2009) How Can the Construction Industry Better Manage Consequential Damages for Delay? And Will the Courts Cooperate?, 3(2), 38-68.

Rosengren, David E. and Cohane, Jared (2008) The Impossibility Doctrine – Still Hazy After All These Years: Part I, 2(2), 63-83. 

Rosengren, David E. and Cohane, Jared (2009) The Impossibility Doctrine - Still Hazy After All These Years: Part II, 3(2), 14-37.

West, Joseph D. and Hissam (2010) The Reasonableness of Liquidated Damages Provisions – Why Only the Look Back Approach Can Prevent Windfalls, 4(1), 1-21.

10.             Defects, Construction Warranties and Neglience

Cameron, John G., Jr. (2012) Construction Warranties: How Long Do They Last? 6(1), 21-71.

Schenck, James S., IV, and Goss, Kelli E. (2015) Liability for Construction Defects that Result from Multiple Causes, 9(1), 45-93. 

11.             Design/Build Contracting

Hamersmith, Harold E. and Lozowicki, Edward B. (2008) Can the Spearin Doctrine Survive in a Design-Build World: Who Bears Responsibility for Hybrid Specifications?, 2(1), 123-143.

12.             Design Responsibility and Liability

Heisse, John R. (2011) The Measure of Malpractice – A Rebuttal to The “Threshold Approach” to Evaluating Errors in Design, 5(2), 1-25.

Heisse, John R. and Jacobi, Jeffrey (2014) The Measure of Malpractice – A Further Rebuttal to the “Threshold Approach”, 8(2), 87-102. 

Heley, Mark J. (2010) Professional or Note: Should Courts Preclude Contract Limitations of Liability Solely Because of the Architect’s or Engineer’s Status as a Licensed Professional?, 4(1), 23-52.

Mockbee, Davis W. and Jones, Jud (2013) The Measure of Malpractice – There is a Place for the Threshold Approach in Evaluating Design Error and Omissions, 7(1), 153-172.

13.             Disadvantaged Businesses

14.             Economic Loss Principle and Privity

Andrus, Beth M, Gessford, James L. and Joyce, William R. (2008) The Economic Loss Doctrine in Construction Cases: Are the Odds for Design Professionals Better in Vegas, 2(1), 53-88.

15.             Employment and Labor

16.             Equitable Remedies

17.             Ethics

Lloyd, Humphrey John (2007) Ethics for the Construction Industry: Relatively Clean Fingernails, 1(1), 23-44.

Sapers, Carl M. (2007) On Teaching Ethics in Schools of Architecture, 1(1), 45-56.

18.             Evidence and Experts

Mockbee, David W. (2011) Architect/Engineer Expert Witnesses: Professionals or Prostitutes, 5(1), 71-126.

Seals, Robert and Friedlander, Mark C. (2011) Examining Studies Used to Support Expert Opinions: Does the Study Make the Grade? An Illustrative Test for Suitability, 5(1), 127-135.

19.             Financing

20.             Green and Sustainable Design and Construction – Environmental

Crowe, Donna M. (2008) For Green Building Issues, Call on Your Inner Green Lawyer, 2(2), 149-164.

Hess, Stephen and McConnell, William (2013) Assessing Liability for Green Building Failures, Part II, 7(2), 95-126.

Hurtado, Kimberly A. (2011) Emerging Standards of Care for Sustainable Design & Construction, 5(1), 193-219.

McConnell and Hess, Stephen A. (2012) Assessing Liability for Green Building Failures, Part I: The History, Development, and Status of Green Building Codes, 6(2), 17-66.

O’Connor, Patrick J., Jr. (2011) Legal Considerations in Sustainable Design and Construction, 5(1), 137-191.

O’Connor, Patrick J., Jr. (2015) Duties Owed by Design Professionals: Standard of Care and Other Mysteries, 9(1), 1-43. 

21.             Indemnity

O’Connor, James Duffy (2007) Wrestling with Reform: Indemnification Agreements, the Statutory Bars, Promises to Procure, and Insurance Products for the Construction Industry, 1(1), 57-134.

Thomson, Dean B. & Bruns, Colin (2014) Indemnity Wars: Anti-Indemnity Legislation Across the Fifty States, 8(2), 1-31. 

22.             Insurance and Insured Risk

O’Connor, James D. (2011) What Every Court Should Know About Insurance Coverage for Defective Construction, 5(1), 1-70.

O’Connor, James Duffy (2012) Who Pays the Attorneys’ Fees When you Lose the CGL Coverage Battle?, 6(2), 1-16.

O’Connor, Patrick J., Jr. (2008) Understanding General Liability Coverage: A Primer for Construction Lawyers, 2(2), 85-148.

O’Connor, Patrick J., Jr. (2009) Business Interruption Coverages for Failures, 3(1), 47-74.

O’Connor, Patrick J., Jr. (2010) 2009 Insurance Law Survey, 4(2), 159-210.

O’Connor, Patrick J., Jr. (2013) Recent Developments in Insurance Law, 7(1), 1-152.

Thomson, Dean B. and Thomson, William D. (2009) A Modest Proposal: Conflicting Judicial Decisions Should Mandate Insurance Coverage for the Insured under the Ambiguity Doctrine, 3(1), 1-17.

23.             Intellectual Property

24.             International

Colby, Kevin, Kohner, Joshua J., and Montalbano, Douglas J. (2010) International Nuclear Liability: From the Perspective of the U.S. Engineering and Construction Industry, 4(2), 37-157.

Leon, Barry & Siwiec, John (2014) Protecting International Construction Projects from Prejudicial Host Country Actions, 8(2), 33-42. 

Pearse, Richard W. (2010) Managing “Split-EPC Contracts” for International Construction Projects, 4(2), 211-241.

Miller, Robyn L., Fletcher, Jennifer W., Stipanowich, Laura J., and Lowndes, Jennifer S. (2014) International Legalities of Sustainable Construction, 8(1), 83-122.

25.             Limitations on Actions (e.g., Statutes of Limitation, Statutes of Repose)

Cohane, Jared and Martin, Peter J. (2013) The Modern Problem of Limitless Liability in Public Contracting Afforded by the Ancient Doctrine of Nullum Tempus Occurrit Regis, 7(2), 65-93.

Tricker, Edward H., Ebeler, Erin L., and Kortum, Christopher R. (2013) Application of Statutes of Repose to Contribution and Indemnity Claims and 50 State Survey, 7(1), 341-388.

26.             Litigation Procedures (Filing, Discovery and Trial)

Whitney, Christopher C. (2007) Rediscovering Discovery in Construction Litigation, 1(2), 103-166.

Zetlin, Michael S. and Fladgate, Christopher J. (2007) The Collateral Use of Violations of Licensing Regulations and Codes of Ethics by Construction Professionals, 1(2), 243-268. 

27.             Payment and Collection (Bankruptcy, Debtor-Creditor, Liens, Miller Act)

Griffin, Deborah, Martin, Hon. Robert, and Schexnayder, Chad (2010) The Intersection of Bankruptcy and Construction: Treatment of Executory Construction Contracts and Mechanics Liens in Bankruptcy, 4(2), 1-36.

O’Connor, Patrick J., Jr., and McNaughton, Kim (2010) Bankruptcy and the Completing Surety, 4(1), 53-82.

Taylor, J. Henk (2015) Structuring Construction Settlements to Avoid Preference Liability, 9(1), 95-121. 

Tricker, Edward H., George, Kory D. and Gerdes, Erin L. (2009) Survey of Prompt Pay Statutes, 3(1), 91-342.

Zicherman, Michael S. (2008) Constitutional Due Process and Mechanic’s Liens: Do Public Mechanic’s Lien Laws Stand Up to the Challenge?, 2(1), 145-187.

28.             Project Management (e.g., Construction Management, BIM, Inspection and Administration)

Abramowitz, Ava J. (2014) The Keys to Keeping a Project on Track, 8(2), 43-58. 

O’Connor, Patrick J., Jr. (2007) Productivity and Innovation in the Construction Industry: The Case for Building Information Modeling, 1(1), 135-183.

29.             Scheduling and Delays

Fletcher, Jennifer W. and Stipanowich, Laura J. (2007) Successful Forensic Schedule Analysis, 1(1), 203-239.

Hess, Stephen A. (2010) Who Should Own the Float?, 4(1), 109-142.

O’Connor, James Duffy (2014) It’s a Matter of Time: Delay and Change, 8(1), 1-28.

Trauner, Theodore J., Jr., PE, Manginelli, William A., and Furniss, Brian. (2011) Why Owners and Contractors Should Share the Float, 5(2), 27-46.

30.             Site Conditions

Cameron, John G., Jr. (2013) Construction Site Safety: Protecting the Worker/ Protecting the Owner, 7(1), 173-310.

Knoll, Jocelyn L. and Bjorklund, Shannon L. (2014) Force Majeure and Climate Change: What is the New Normal?, 8(1), 29-82.

31.             Subcontracting

32.             Sureties

33.             Taxes and Accounting

34.             Termination

Adair, Ryan P. (2013) Limitations Imposed by the Covenant of Good Faith and Fair Dealing upon Termination for Convenience Rights in Private Construction Contracts, 7(2), 127-165.

35.             Miscellaneous

Bruner, Phillip L. (2007) Construction Law and the American College of Construction Lawyers – A History, 1(1), 1-22.

Colby, Kevin T., and Davis, Lee C. (2015) The Rise of Modular Construction: A Changing Legal Landscape, 9(1), 123-178. 

Fletcher, Jennifer W., Davis, Lee C., Herlach, Mark D., Shah, Amish M. and Traylor, Greg W. (2012) Constructing Power: The Near Term Outlook for Construction of Power Generation Projects in the 21st Century, 5(2), 69-111.

O’Brien, Kevin (2007) Nuclear Power: Dawn of a New Life?, 1(2), 1-34.

O’Neal, Leslie King, Bruno, Paul A., Cassady, G. Edward III, and Badway, Ernest Edward (2014) Guidelines for Construction Industry Internal Investigations, 8(2), 59-85. 

Sapers, Carl M. (2009) Professionalism Redux, 3(2), 1-13.