Legal Solutions for Contractors in Troubled Times Proactive & Reactive Tips – a 2 Part Series

On September 30, 2008 by

The current financial crisis in America is hitting national organizations, banking intuitions and Wall Street – but it is not a recent phenomenon for those who earn a living in the construction industry.
While the 90s and early 2000s saw unprecedented growth in the construction sector, 2007 and 2008 has presented difficulties to the oversized industry as residential building plummetedand commercial construction exposed its vulnerabilities.Most predictions on the economy and the construction industry are not as gloom and doom as the current press may indicate, but with the instant credit and cash crunch, its unanimous that these are challenging times for all businesses, large and small.

It’s prudent for those in the construction industry to make allowances for their company’s legal needs in these trouble times. This article series presents the contractor with some tips on how to be legally proactive and reactive in 2008 and 2009 without breaking the bank.

Over the next two weeks, Wolfe Law Group will publish the following two articles in this two part series:

Part One: An Apple A Day… Three Simple Proactive Steps Your Company Can Take To Weather the Economical Storm.

Part Two: Now What? Three Simple Principals To Mind When Your Involved with a costly dispute.

On Sep 30, 2008