“I’ve Got a Bad Feeling about This”: What You Can Do to Avoid Having that “Bad Feeling” when You Are Trying to Collect Change Orders

Many times a contractor directs a change, but they do not timely review and pay for such directed changes. What can you as a fabricator do, before, during, and after you perform your work to ensure you get paid for your change orders?


Angela Richie

Partner, Louisville

Scott Norman

Senior Counsel, Louisville


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