Articles in This Issue: Superior Court of PA Again Calls on Legislature to Amend Workers’ Compensation Law to Permit an Injured Employee of a Subcontractor to Recover Damages Against a General Contractor Preserving & Collecting Electronically Stored Information for Construction Litigation Is Liquid Concrete Potentially an “Unreasonable Dangerous” Product for Purposes of a Personal Injury… Read more »
Articles in This Issue: Re-Imagining the Hardhat: Wearable Technology on the Job Site Integrated Project Delivery from the Owner’s Perspective Supreme Court Rules that an Award of Statutory Penalty and Attorney Fees is not Mandatory under the Procurement Code upon a Jury’s Finding of Bad Faith Preparing for an OSHA Interview Under the Current Administration… Read more »
Articles in This Issue: Mechanic’s Liens and Bankruptcy: Surviving Automatic Stay Seven Cyber Risk Stakeholders and Why They Matter The Spearin Doctrine: Continued Relevance and Developing Distinctions If It’s Not Broke, We Won’t Pay to Fix It Constitutional Limitation of Union Picketing of Construction Site What the Yates Memo Means for Federal Criminal and Civil… Read more »
Articles in this Issue: 1) A Mechanic’s Lien in Search of an Owner 2) Temporary Construction Workers May be Considered Employees Under Title IX and the PHRA 3) The Changing Landscape of Fiduciary Liability and Increased Risk of Liability for Companie and Their Officers 4) 10 Terrifying Questions for 401(k) Plan Sponsors 5) McKees Rocks… Read more »
Articles in this Issue: 1) Veto Power: Babcock & Wilcox Holds That An Insured May Settle Despite The Insurer’s Objection 2) Claim Payments Under Subcontractor Default Insurance V. Surety Bonds – What Are The Differences? 3) OSHA’s New Combined Space Standards For Construction 4) Understanding Wrap-Up Insuance Programs: A Primer 5) Can A Subcontractor Recover… Read more »
Articles in this Issue: 1) Parting is Such A Sweet Sorrow: Pennsylvania Bids Farewell To The Gist of the Action Doctrine, and Further Opens the Door to Insurance Coverage for Construction Losses 2) Pennsylvania Supreme Court Rules That Home Improvement Consumer Protection Act Does Not Bar Contractors Form Raising A Claim For Money Due Based… Read more »
Articles in This Issue: 1) The New Markets Tax Credit Program: A Potential Opportunity for the Construction Industry 2) Design Led Construction 3) You Think Indemnity is the Answer? Maybe Not; A National Survey of Anti-Indemnity Acts 4) Company Loses Right to Sue for Failing to Register to Do Business in Pennsylvania 5) Document Everything:… Read more »
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