“Involving a lawyer from the start can prevent unexpected construction delays and payment disputes and create mechanisms for ensuring quality workmanship. It also sets up fair and economical dispute-resolution procedures and realistic budgets and schedules.”

Peter Tanella, Esq., Chair of the National Veterinary Law Group and Jacqueline Greenberg Vogt, Esq., Chair of Construction Law at Mandelbaum Barrett PC make the case for retaining construction counsel when building a veterinary hospital or practice in the Today’s Veterinary Business August/September issue.

Read the full article here.