Lost Profits for Construction Claims

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February 7, 2012
George F. Burns, Attorney at Law


Given the complexity of purpose, planning, and execution, it should be no surprise that claims alleging adverse actions result in unwarranted costs, lost profits, or other economic damages are not uncommon in the construction industry. Yet, with all valuation challenges involving construction companies, knowing how to properly assess the economic impact of these actions can be tricky at best. In Part 7 of BVR's Online Symposium on Litigation and Economic Damages, attorney George Burns discusses what these alleged actions include, how their economic impact is assessed, and what every appraiser should know before accepting such a challenging valuation assignment.
Lost Profits for Construction Claims
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