Georgia Construction, Bond & Lien Law Blog


Miller Act Claims Explained

Posted in Little Miller Act,Miller Act by Blue Blog on the November 12th, 2018

When it comes to Federal construction contracts and Federal construction law, there aren’t too many pieces of legislation that are more impactful than the Miller Act.  The Miller Act is a law that applies to every construction project that is headed by the federal government (or with some minor alterations state projects under their own
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4 Types of Georgia Payment Bonds

Posted in Little Miller Act,Miller Act,Payment Bonds,Public Works Projects by Blue Blog on the March 19th, 2018

By:  Mark A. Cobb Making a payment bond claim (i.e., a claim against the surety bond) in Georgia may be difficult unless you realize that there are four different types of payment bonds and that each type of payment bond has its own requirements and its own statutes of limitations. Payment Bonds Help You Get
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Common Types of Construction Bond Claims and How Contractors Can Avoid Them

Posted in Little Miller Act,Miller Act,Payment Bonds by Blue Blog on the July 28th, 2016

Today’s blog is written by guest author, Todd Bryant who is the president and founder of Bryant Surety Bonds, and he helps contractors get bonded and start their business. There are various reasons for construction bond claims to arise. Many of these are due to contractors not being careful enough with their finances, the management
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CURRENT TRENDS ON GEORGIA PAYMENT BOND CLAIMS

Posted in Miller Act,Payment Bonds by Blue Blog on the October 19th, 2012

by:  Mark Cobb An Atlanta payment bond claim, a Marietta payment bond claim, a Coweta County payment bond claim, an Athens, Clarke County payment bond claim, a Fort Benning, Georgia payment bond claim, and a Savannah payment bond claim.  This is my week so far! Since the Cobb Law Group’s construction law practice has been
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