Construction projects are like a big family tree with lots of lines between owners, developers, architects, engineers, general contractors, and subcontractors. There may be nothing more tedious and more important than reviewing and understanding your contracts and agreements and how they interact with all of those other lines on the family tree. It is rare to find experts who are able to demystify contract language while also providing practical advice that can minimize your project risks. Our guest this month can do both. We are thrilled to share the insights of Liz Poeschl or Meagher & Geer and Johnna Wangensteen of Kraus-Anderson Insurance, and we hope you can find a few ideas to benefit your risk management practices.