Stein on Construction Law

Construction law is the definitive treatise on the litigation of construction disputes and the drafting of construction contracts.  It addresses:

  • Negotiation of construction contracts among the owner, architect, engineer, contractors, and subcontractors
  • Liability for delay, cost overruns, defects, negligence, fraud, misrepresentation, and other breaches of the construction contract
  • Remedies for breach, including compensatory, punitive, and consequential damages, specific performance, rescission and restitution, reformation, attorneys’ fees, and interest
  • Interpretation of industry-standard documents, such as owner-contractor, owner-architect, and architect-consultant agreements

Steven G.M. Stein is the Editor-in-Chief of Construction Law. It is published by Matthew Bender Elite Products and available through the Lexis-Nexis Store.

Chapter 1 Preliminary Considerations

Appendix A State By State Summary Of Construction Industry Professional Licensing Statutes

Chapter 2 Bidding, Bid Errors, Relief From Bids

Chapter 3 Construction and Design Contracts

Appendix B State By State Summary Of Construction Industry Statutes Of Limitations And Repose

Chapter 3A Compensation Arrangements in Design and Construction Agreements

Chapter 4 Modification and Termination of Construction Contracts

Chapter 5 Owner’s Duties and Responsibilities

Appendices To Chapter 5

Chapter 5A Architect’s Duties and Responsibilities

Chapter 5B Contractor’s and Construction Manager’s Rights and Duties

Chapter 6 Timeliness of Performance

Chapter 7 Payment

Chapter 8 Documenting and Presenting Construction Claims

Chapter 9 Construction Lien Law

State-by-State Lien and Bond Claim Summary

Chapter 10 Workers’ Injuries

Chapter 11 Remedies and Damages

Chapter 12 Arbitration

Appendices To Chapter 12 Arbitration Acts; Arbitration And Mediation Rules

Regular Track Procedures

A General and Introductory Rules

B Rules with Respect to The Tribunal

C Rules with Respect to the Conduct of the Appeal

D Miscellaneous Rules

Chapter 13 Risk Management and Indemnity

Chapter 14 Construction Financing, Banking and Loans

Chapter 15 Government Contracting and Regulation

Chapter 16 Bankruptcy

Chapter 17 Construction Bonds

Chapter 18 Warranties

Chapter 19 Labor Relations

Chapter 20 Intellectual Property–Protection of the Design

Chapter 21 Globalization of Construction–Evolving International Standards of Construction Law

Appendix 21 Appendices

Chapter 22 International Privatization

Chapter 23 Resolution of Disputes Arising Out of International Construction Projects

Parts 1-4 Appendix Of Forms

Chapter 1-1 How To Use The Citator

Chapter A Owner-Contractor Documents

Chapter B Owner-Architect Documents

Chapter C Architect-Consultant Documents

Chapter CASES1 Cases

Chapter CASES2 Cases