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Jan 2021
January 08, 2021

Consider Erosion Control Construction Contracts for Lakefront Work

In a Grand Rapids Business Journal article titled “Consider Erosion Control Construction Contracts for Lakefront Work,” Warner attorney Tamara Reeves writes about Lake Michigan flooding and erosion causing property damage and severe financial loss to owners in 2020. She urges owners to take steps this winter to protect their property before water levels begin the seasonal springtime increase.
Tamara provides guidance for property owners to follow when entering a contract to install or make improvements to existing breakwalls, seawalls, or stone barrier walls. She also addresses pricing and provisions for insurance coverages to protect owners and their property.
Read the full Grand Rapids Business Journal article here.
Tamara Reeves is a litigation attorney who focuses on commercial real estate and general commercial disputes. A former prosecutor admitted to practice in both Michigan and Ohio, Tamara advocates for clients at all stages of litigation, including discovery, mediation, dispositive motion practice, and trial. Learn more about Tamara’s practice here.

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