This is the final guest blog post from Dr. Dave as a part of Wisdom Wednesdays (for now). Although Wisdom Wednesdays is taking time off for the summer, SAV Law Firm Blog may still post occasional updates of pieces throughout the summer so keep checking back or subscribe to our mailing list to stay in the know.
Welcome back to Wisdom Wednesdays at SAV Law Firm Blog! Continuing the trend of easy to swallow information, guest blogging, and appealing to engineers with an interest in law, we have a glossary of terms that are important must-knows for any engineer. Regardless of whether you are going through an encounter with the law, these terms will help you understand the documents you and your team are signing when taking on a project. We wanted to post these early on during the life of our blog so that these terms could be referenced in future works without being worried that a reader may not know the meaning. We hope that you enjoy learning this "legal jargon" and also hope your return whenever you need to reference important terms.
Today marks the beginning of our weekly blog segment, Wisdom Wednesdays! Wisdom Wednesdays are going to be used to educate people about the law in an easy-to-approach manner. Because we are primarily a construction law and contract law firm, it would only be appropriate to start with a construction law topic: Delay Damages. Today's work is written by Dr. Kirty Dave.