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Christopher S. Dunn: Published Works

May 20, 2020

“Owner’s Damages Arising From Defective Construction,” Chapter 6 in Construction Defects: ABA Forum on the Construction Industry, 2nd edition, Co-authored with Ryan Cochran and Ryan Klein (Publication anticipated in late 2020)

“Construction Contract Insurance Clauses,” Chapter 2 in Construction Insurance: A Guide For Attorney and Other Professionals, Co-authored with Ryan Cochran and Stephen Palley (2011)

“Step Negotiation,” Chapters 25 and 26 in The Construction Contracts Book: How to Find Common Ground in Negotiating the 2007 Industry Form Contract Documents, Co-authored with Mark Bloomquist (2008)

“Representing the Construction Lender,” Chapter 71 in Construction Checklists: A Guide to Frequently Encountered Construction Issues (2008)

“2013 ISO Additional Insured Endorsements: Putting the Changes into Context for the Construction Industry,” IRMI Online (August 1, 2013)

“Responding to a Contrary Position: Minimizing the Number of Named Insureds on the Builders Risk Policy,” Under Construction: The Newsletter of the ABA Forum on the Construction Industry (Fall 2012)

"Confronting Conventional Wisdom on Builders Risk: From Named Insured Status to Concurrent Causation," 31-Fall Construction Law 15 (2011)

“Owner’s Field Guide to Risk Transfer Provisions in Modern Day Design and Construction Contracts," (October 12, 2010)

"5 Legal Factors in Green Construction," (March 1, 2010)

"6 Things Every Contractor Needs to Know about Bid Protests Under Tennessee Law," Tennessee Road Builder (Vol 12 Issue 5) (September 2009)

"Consequences of Ownership or Licensing of the Project Drawings, If You Pay for it, Do You Own It?," Construction Lawyer Magazine (28:3 Constr. Law. 356 (2008)

"Retainage No More," Tennessee Road Builder Magazine (Fall 2008)

"A User's Guide to the Tennessee Prompt Pay Act: Perfecting the Art of Getting Paid," Tennessee Road Builder Magazine (Spring 2008)

“Public Works Projects in Tennessee: The Distinction Between Statutory and Common Law Bonds,” Mondaq (Bulletin) (February 6, 2008)

“Six Reasons Every Construction Owner Should Exercise Caution When Considering a "Mutual" Waiver of Consequential Damage Provisions,” Waller Lansden Dortch & Davis, LLP Publication (August 2007)

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