Spring Newsletter 2018
Construction Legal Edge

By: Spring Newsletter 2018 Construction Legal Edge , John W. Kettering , Peter W. Nigra

Articles in This Issue:

  1. Dealing with Executory Construction Contracts in Bankruptcy
  2. How Contractual Indemnity Clauses can Wreak Havoc on Potential Settlements in Construction Litigation
  3. Arbitrators Lacked Jurisdiction to Hold in Contractor not Party to Arbitration Agreement
  4. When Employees Log-On: The Effect of the National Labor Relations Act on Employees’ Social Media Activity, Employers’ Policies and Employee Discipline
  5. Pennsylvania Construction Code Preempts all Regulation not Specifically Carved-Out

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