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As an associate in the Construction Practice Group, Mason Rollins represents general contractors, subcontractors, owners, architects, and engineers related to the many issues that may arise related to construction. His practice focuses on assisting clients both before and after problems arise by drafting contracts designed to best position clients to avoid disputes, as well as litigating and arbitrating matters to final resolution. Mason regularly litigates disputes involving breach of contract, construction defects, project delays, differing site conditions, change orders and additional work, contract termination, lien and bond claims, design, and insurance coverage issues.

Any time a contractor receives a notice to cure, it should tread carefully and review its contract to determine its response. Recently, the Georgia Court of Appeals evaluated a case in which the general contractor terminated the subcontractor’s contract for failure to provide adequate labor to the project. The court determined that the general contractor