Resources
Articles

Design Thinking for Litigators

Design thinking is considered by its adherents to be a “systematic approach to innovation and problem solving that is, fundamentally: user centered, experimental, responsive, intentional, and tolerant of failure.”

by Whitney Frazier Watt and Jennifer Henry Jackson June 28, 2019
Articles

Healthcare facilities construction contracts

The demand for cutting-edge healthcare facilities, while varied by community, tends to rise or remain consistent despite changes in the economy and the availability of the significant capital necessitated by such projects. This creates a unique challenge in both the medical and construction industries.

by Rebecca M.W. Sherman and Megan K. George April 30, 2019
Articles

Exploring the Alternatives: Courts and Clients Increasingly Look to Mediation and Arbitration in Resolving Disputes

In recent years, as courts have become more congested and business dealings have grown more complex, mediation and arbitration have grown in both prevalence and popularity as alternatives for civil litigation, both locally and across the country.

by J. Clarke Keller March 22, 2019
Articles

Pre-Bid Due Diligence

In Today's Market, steel fabricators confront complex risks on a daily basis, including project uncertainty and increased market volatility.

by Steven M. Henderson, Aaron R. Klein, and David B. Ratterman March 06, 2019