Fall Newsletter 2016
Construction Legal Edge

By: Mark T. Caloyer Martha S. Helmreich 

Articles in This Issue:

  1. Re-Imagining the Hardhat: Wearable Technology on the Job Site
  2. Integrated Project Delivery from the Owner’s Perspective
  3. 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
  4. Preparing for an OSHA Interview Under the Current Administration
  5. Residential Construction Liability Case to Watch Closely

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