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What Contractors Should Know in a Coronavirus World

The rapid spread of COVID-19 raises questions as to how construction contracts may be interpreted in light of the spread of a global pandemic and subsequent government shutdowns.  This article provides an overview of the key provisions that owners and contractors should review in their contracts, including force majeure, suspension, termination, and emergency clauses, as well as the application of government regulations on federal projects.

March 19, 2020|

We Are Hiring

The rapidly growing office of Riess LeMieux, LLC, has an opening for a motivated and talented Paralegal with 5+ years of litigation experience.  Candidate must have exceptional organizational and communication skills, proficient in MS word, Power Point, Excel, Outlook, and type with speed and accuracy.

February 14, 2020|

We Are Hiring

Riess LeMieux LLC, is seeking an experienced Attorney with 10 to 15 years of experience in commercial and real estate transaction, bank financing, buying, and selling business entities, in addition to corporate work, preferably with a portable book of business. Please email with your resume and salary requirements for consideration or you can view our employment application here.

February 4, 2020|

Chris LeMieux Will be Speaking on Two Panels at the 2020 Critical Issues Summit Hosted by the LAGC

Christopher K. LeMieux will be speaking on two panels at the 2020 Critical Issues Summit hosted by The Associated General Contractors of America (LAGC) in Baton Rouge.  The Legal Panel will be on Thursday, February 13, and the second panel entitled “Who Bears Risk Allocation in Design” will take place on Friday, February 14.  To learn more about the LAGC Summit or register to attend, click here.

January 22, 2020|

Riess LeMieux Client Prevails in $50-Plus Million Bid Dispute at Louisiana Supreme Court

On December 10, 2019, the Louisiana Supreme Court made final a ruling in favor of a firm client for the award of the Convention Center Linear Park Project estimated at $50 million.  In May 2018, the firm successfully secured the award of the public project after defeating a legal challenge by an unsuccessful bidder at trial. The firm prevailed on both rounds of appeal, concluding with the Supreme Court’s denial of the losing bidder’s supervisory writ application.

January 15, 2020|
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