Construction Legal Edge Summer Newsletter 2013

By: Joseph J. Bosick Mark T. Caloyer Jennifer R. Russell 

Articles contained in this issue of the CLE:

  1. An Alternative to Surety Bonds: Subcontractor Default Insurance
  2. OSHA update – OSHA Cites Pennsylvania Contractor for Trenching Hazards
  3. Seven Strategies to Manage Construction Defect Risks
  4. Court Deems Contractors Exclusion to be Ambiguous and Imposes Coverage
  5. Pennsylvania Courts Allow Quantum Meruit Recovery Hnder HICPA
  6. Social Media in the Workplace
  7. Employees Accused by Former Employer of Breach of Duty of Loyalty, Breach of Fiduciary Duty, and Conversion

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