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Southern Builders v. Shaw Development: The Most Important Part!

This week at GBLU, we are focusing on the Shaw Development v. Southern Builders case, the first significant example of green building litigation.  On Monday, GBLU explained the importance of the case and reviewed the basic facts.  Today GBLU will review the most important part of the case, the contract between the parties and accompanying … Continue Reading

Green Building Attorneys Warn of “Carnage”

If you are in green building and worried about associated risks, this may be a post you do not want to read.  On September 11, the Journal Record published an illuminating, but chilling, article regarding green building litigation.  The opening sentence really says it all: As LEED projects proliferate, lawyers foresee an era of green-construction … Continue Reading