Panel Event

On Friday September 14th,  AJ Manion, Bruce Stigger, Tony Fehrenbacher and Daniel Fuchs will present the panel discussion, “Lawyers, Lawyers, Lawyers: Tricks, Traps and Stunts” from 8:00am to 10:30a.m at Evansville Country Club in Evansville Indiana. For more information and to register for this event,  email:

Manion Stigger to Present at AGC’s Construction Environmental Conference

On September 13, 2017, construction law attorneys A.J. Manion and Jean M. Terry will present a seminar entitled “Green Infrastructure and the Evolving Standard of Care” at the AGC’s Construction Environmental Conference.  The presentation will review roles and responsibilities in the emerging world of green infrastructure and discuss the legal obstacles encountered in this field.…


New AIA Documents released on April 28, 2017

On Friday, April 28, 2017, the AIA will release new editions of its Owner-Architect Agreements as well as the General Conditions of the Contract for Construction (A201).  This revision follows the AIA’s practice of updating documents on 10 year cycles thus this is the first such update since 2007.  With an enthusiasm typically reserved for…


Best Practices for Managing Construction Documentation Seminar

On April 19, 2017, construction law attorneys and former engineers, A.J. Manion, Jean M. Terry, and Daniel E. Fuchs will present a seminar entitled “Best Practices for Managing Construction Documentation” at the Kentucky Society of Professional Engineers’ Annual Convention.  The presentation will discuss the maintenance of construction project files, the protection of confidential information, and…


Technological Changes Coming to Construction Industry

A recent report outlined the changes that are on the horizon for the construction industry and provided an incredibly interesting glimpse at the future. According to the World Economic Forum, massive changes are expected in the construction industry by 2020, especially as it pertains to workers. According to their estimates, robots and artificial intelligence will replace 500,000 workers. Across all industries, robots are expected to replace more than 5 million workers.