From the Litigation Practice.
Paper submitted by J. Snowden Stanley, Jr. at the Eastern Claims Conference, February 28, 2005
The purpose of this paper is to describe the nature and scope of indoor air quality issues facing architects in sick building cases. While no ironclad device is likely to emerge to suit every project, this paper will also suggest some strategies architects might use to reduce their potential exposure to claims arising from such cases.
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