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Construction attorney Eric Singer says construction pros today should already be preparing for whatever hardships may come, given predictions of more challenging economic conditions ahead.
Those preparations include reviewing contracts with a potential recession in mind. Critical to the process is knowing what provisions contractors and subs are entitled to, as well as the responsibilities they have to the party on the other side, before a true economic contraction sets in.
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