Summer Newsletter 2018
Construction Legal Edge

June 25, 2018

By: Joseph J. Bosick , Summer Newsletter 2018 Construction Legal Edge , Martha S. Helmreich , Peter W. Nigra , John W. Kettering

Articles in This Issue:

  1. Contractors Must be Prepared for Zoning and Development Permit Application Hearings
  2. Waiver of Consequential Damages Clauses in Construction and Other Contracts
  3. Supreme Court Rules Employers May Block Employee Class Action Lawsuits Through Arbitration Agreements in Monumental Ruling
  4. Third Circuit Confirms the Importance of Receipt of Goods in Bankruptcy Cases
  5. Industry Standard of Care for Scheduling
  6. Pennsylvania Supreme Court Issues Rulings Related to Hydraulic Fracture Gas Industry Impoundments
  7. Pennsylvania’s Superior Court Does Not Extend the Rule of Capture to Companies Engaged in Subsurface Hydraulic Fracturing

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