DSV Legal Insights
August 2018

Delay claims come in all different shapes and sizes. But, where a delay is compensable, one critical aspect of the ensuing claim is determining how best to quantify the costs and damages and how to present them in a cogent and acceptable manner.

Click below to read more about methods for calculating and establishing delay damages.
No Spoiler Alert

The Supreme Court of the United States (“SCOTUS”) concluded its 2017-2018 term in June without any true “blockbuster” cases, but some of the cases decided by the Court will have far-reaching implications.

Read more to learn about cases we chose as the most relevant labor and employment law cases for 2017-2018.
Recent Blogs

In drafting easements (or other contracts) care should be taken in drafting the specific rights and obligations granted or required.

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D SV is pleased to welcome Donald F. Kratz, a partner in the firm's Business Group. Don represents clients in matters related to business organization, commercial contracts, service agreements, mergers and acquisitions, financing agreements, business succession planning, buy-sell agreements and securities filings. 

Don has held general management positions running corporate business units — ranging in size from $1 million to over $20 million in annual revenues. This experience gives him a unique insight into the operational challenges faced by companies today.
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