General Contractor Did Not Pay Subcontractor: What Now?

General contractors are the backbone of residential and commercial construction. They are trusted by thousands of Texans each day to keep construction projects moving forward. General contractors often use subcontractors to keep their projects on schedule and complete construction on time. When a general contractor does not pay their subcontractor, what happens? There are many […]


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What Should Be Included in a Construction Contract Post COVID-19

Construction (among many other industries) has seen major changes amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. Various construction companies across the nation have adopted concrete steps toward cleaner jobsites, social distancing, the use of technology, and more in some form. Another aspect of the construction industry that has seen changes due to the ongoing pandemic is contracts. Keeping […]


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How COVID-19 Has Affected Mechanic’s Liens

When having renovations done or a new build on a property, it’s important that the contractors and other laborers are compensated properly for their work – even during an ongoing pandemic. When this doesn’t happen, a mechanic’s lien can then be placed on that property. Therefore, it’s important to understand what actions could result in […]


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The Importance of Construction Documentation Amid COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought along many different challenges for businesses in its wake. These new demands are no different in the construction industry, as it has been dramatically affected by the pandemic in ways including the necessity of implementing on-site safety measures and ensuring insurance coverage for potential liabilities brought on by COVID-19. Because […]


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Contract Disputes Are The Most Common Cause Of Construction Litigation

With any construction project, there are dozens of moving parts. If just one part fails, the rest of the project can be thrown off schedule. Construction litigation can be extremely costly and time consuming, making it difficult for projects to reach completion. The most common cause of construction litigation is contract disputes, which echoes the importance of drafting thorough and specific contracts with the help of experienced construction lawyers.


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Mechanic’s Liens In Texas

On any construction site or project, there are a lot of moving parts. Projects can quickly fall to pieces when parties aren’t properly paid. Luckily, people working in the construction industry have specific legal actions they can take to help obtain their rightful paychecks. Mechanic’s liens are the most powerful legal tool contractors and other parties in the construction industry can use to receive the money they’ve earned on projects. Unfortunately, mechanic’s liens can be very complicated; and, if not filed correctly, a mechanic’s lien could invalidate the lien.


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Common Construction Law Issues

In Texas, the construction industry is booming. With the growth of the construction industry comes the need for experienced construction law attorneys that can assist with the unique legal issues that arise. At Feldman & Feldman, our construction law attorneys have experience successfully handling a wide variety of construction law issues, but some of the most common construction law issues we handle include


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