Summer Newsletter 2019
Construction Legal Edge

July 11, 2019

By: Summer Newsletter 2019 Construction Legal Edge , Martha S. Helmreich , John W. Kettering , Leslie A. Mariotti , Peter W. Nigra

Articles in this Issue:

  1. Home Improvement Contractors be Aware – Compliance with the Pennsylvania Home Improvement Consumer Protection Act is Required
  2. Pennsylvania’s Statutes of Repose and Limitations Protect Contractors in Unique Ways
  3. 4D Scheduling – Enabling Digital-Based Practice to Improve Project Planning and Analysis
  4. Superior Court Finds that Corporate No-Hire Provision is Void Against Public Policy in a Matter of First Impression
  5. Worker Classification: Employee or Independent Contractor?
  6. Surpeme Court Holds Municipalities May Consider Testimony from Non-Residents When Considering a Conditional Use Application for Hydraulic Fracturing Well

 

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