Construction Law Archive

Larry Wilshire, Michael Peck, and Sterling Elza have been named Co-Chairs of the Construction Law Practice Group by Brown, Dean, Proctor & Howell, L.L.P. Mr. Wilshire has more than 30 […]

Larry Wilshire, Michael Peck, and Sterling Elza named co-chairs of the Construction Law Practice Group

Larry Wilshire, Michael Peck, and Sterling Elza have been named Co-Chairs of the Construction Law Practice Group by Brown, Dean, Proctor & Howell, L.L.P. Mr. Wilshire has more than 30 […]

Under certain circumstances, a homeowner may be able to sue a subcontractor even though the homeowner has no direct contract with the subcontractor per a Texas Supreme Court recent opinion. […]

Homeowner May Sue Construction Subcontractor

Under certain circumstances, a homeowner may be able to sue a subcontractor even though the homeowner has no direct contract with the subcontractor per a Texas Supreme Court recent opinion. […]

The economic loss rules limits a party’s ability to recover purely economic losses under tort theories such as negligence and strict liability. The Texas Supreme Court’s latest decision on the […]

Economic Loss Rule Applied to Negligent Misrepresentation in Construction Claim

The economic loss rules limits a party’s ability to recover purely economic losses under tort theories such as negligence and strict liability. The Texas Supreme Court’s latest decision on the […]

On July 3, 2014, the Texas Supreme Court clarified an issue which has come up in my practice more than once – if a general contractor is sued, does the […]

General Contractors – When Sued, It Just Became Easier to Sue the Engineer or Architect.

On July 3, 2014, the Texas Supreme Court clarified an issue which has come up in my practice more than once – if a general contractor is sued, does the […]