Archived Articles & Publications
Who Says that There Is No Risk for the General Contractor of Construction Manager?, by Mike Sams – For The Defense, June 2015
A Review of the A1A 201 and ConsensusDocs, By Mike Sams and Amanda Cox – In-House Defense Quarterly
First Circuit Court of Appeals Insurance Coverage Win – Lawyers Weekly Article, September 2015
Risk Management Program…A Review of Recent Significant Cases, By Michael P. Sams
Michael Sams’ article, Don’t Let Building Green Leave You In The Red, was recently published in Construction Executive Magazine.
Did I really Say That?: Massachusetts High Court Says Deposed Witnesses Can Later Change Narratives, Explain Responses, and Completely Reverse Answers.
Relief For Design Professionals — Mechanics Liens
Prevailing Wages: An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure
Reservation of Rights Letter — The Insurer’s Prenuptial Agreement With Its’ Insured, by Michael P. Sams
Trial Techniques & Tactics by Christopher A. Kenney for the International Association of Defense Counsel
Stand Your Ground
Social Networking and the Workplace
Lien On Me: Landlords beware, your tenant’s contractors can lien your ownership interest
Stay “Posted” On Facebook’s Impact On Employment Law
Massachusetts federal district court holds that an insurance company cannot recoup defense costs from an insured
Michael Sams recently was featured in an article, “Appeal Board’s Authority At Stake in Windmill Fight” in Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly
The Independent Contractors Statute Rears Its Ugly Head… Again
CORI Law Reform – Know Your Obligations Or Face Civil And Criminal Sanctions
The Prompt Pay Statute
One Man’s Virtue Is Another Man’s Downfall
New Continuing Education Requirements for the Construction Supervisor’s License
Are Local Residency Requirements Legal?
The employee handbook: Friend or foe?
Construction Owner Personally Liable For Construction Defaults Warranting c.93A Damages; Lienholder Denied Claim Because Resulting Damages Meant No Money Due To Contractor At Time Of Lien.
Amendments to Rule 56 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure