Joseph H. Kasimer and Gina L. Schaecher honored by the National Utility Contractors Association of Metropolitan DC (DC NUCA).

February 20, 2020
On Thursday, February 20, 2020, Rees Broome Construction Law attorneys Joe Kasimer and Gina Schaecher were honored by DC NUCA at its anniversary dinner. Both Joe and Gina received the Associate Member of the year award for their tireless dedication and tremendous contribution to DC NUCA throughout 2019.

Means & Methods: Newsletter of the Rees Broome Construction Law Group

February 7, 2019
On your current project and like many general contractors, you front end loaded your schedule of values, perhaps excessively. The project has been humming along as planned, with the owner paying all of your payment requests without objection. But now halfway into the project, the owner decides to delete some of the work, and in particular a detail that is only 25 percent complete. As allowed by the contract, the owner issues a deductive change directive in writing to delete the remaining work for this activity and demands a credit. What should you do, and how much credit must you allow?