New Guide to Construction Project Legal Hazards

Atlanta attorneys co-author Georgia’s first A-Z construction reference guide.

Georgia Construction Law Addresses the Issues That Cost Big Dollars, Big Delays for Those in the Construction Field

Several top U.S. construction law experts have put their years of experience on paper with the publication of Georgia Construction Law, a guidebook to maximizing construction project costs from start to finish.

Authored by leaders in the Construction Practice at national law firm Chamberlain Hrdlicka, Georgia Construction Law was written for design professionals, owners, contractors, subcontractors, suppliers and others in the Georgia construction field and emphasizes the potential legal snares and resolutions associated with licenses, bids, contracts, site conditions, change orders and delays.

“When we sat down to write this book, we focused on the disputes and associated laws that extend from the beginning of construction projects through their conclusion,” said Seth Price, shareholder with Chamberlain Hrdlicka and chair of its Construction Law practice. “From the negotiation of contracts and preparation of bids to the resolution of construction disputes, Georgia Construction Law is a reference tool for anyone who deals within the construction process.”

In addition to highlighting the basics for construction professionals working in the state of Georgia, Georgia Construction Law delves into the potential liabilities design professionals can face from breach of contract to negligent design and supervision.

Authored by Chamberlain Hrdlicka attorneys Michael P. Davis, Nicholas S. Papleacos, Seth R. Price and Gina M. Vitiello, Georgia Construction Law is the result of a collaboration of four lawyers who have nearly 100 years of cumulative experience in construction law.

Georgia Construction Law is available online at

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