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Colorado Construction Monitor - Summer 2014

In this Issue: - Denver’s construction activity approaching historic peak of 2007 - Market Update - Condominium Construction Defects Legislation Introduced - Whether for Cause or Convenience,...more

The Construction Advantage – Issue 7

Reed Construction Data – Economy Improving Slowly but Surely - Reed Construction Data reports that the economy continues to improve but challenges remain. Based upon recent construction data from Reed Construction, the...more

New Florida Statute Allows Limitation of Design Professional Liability

Over the past fourteen years, third parties have been able to maintain a direct negligence cause of action against an individual design professional, such as an architect or engineer, arising out a construction project,...more

Contractor Checklist

On March 21, 2013, I spoke on the topic of new employment laws for the Government Affairs Committee (GAC) of the Beverly Hills Chamber of Commerce. Also speaking to the GAC that morning was Head Deputy District Attorney John...more

Patton Boggs Insights - December 2012: Enforcement: OSHA Enforcement Policy In Residential Construction

For the second time this year, OSHA has extended the deadline to end temporary enforcement measures associated with its directive in residential construction to prevent falls, which are the No. 1 cause of workplace deaths in...more

2012: Arizona Construction Law Summary

This year has been a busy one so far for legal developments affecting the Arizona construction industry. Here is a brief summary of court cases and legislation of interest....more

Federal Reserve Summary of Commentary From All 12 FedReserve Districts: A Synopsis of the Federal Reserve Board's View of the...

The Federal Reserve Board has taken information provided by all twelve of the Federal Reserve Districts as of May 25, 2012, and put all this data together in one Summary of Commentary on where our economy is at right now. ...more

Low-Income Housing Construction Project Funded From Combination of Low Interest Loans and Redevelopment Assistance Was Not Exempt...

A low-income housing development that was funded through a combination of below-market interest rate loans from a county and its housing authority, and assistance from redevelopment agency low and moderate income housing...more

Affordable Housing Project Found to Be Subject to Prevailing Wages

In a decision filed on June 15, 2012, the Fourth Appellate Court of Appeal determined that an affordable housing project in San Bernardino was subject to the requirement for the payment of prevailing wages under Labor Code...more

Washington Appellate Court Limits Liability for Personal Injury Claims Brought by Contractor’s Employee Against Landowners

The Washington State Court of Appeals affirmed a summary judgment dismissal of a lawsuit filed by a landowner’s contractor’s employee for personal injuries that the plaintiff allegedly sustained while working on a...more

Construction & Land Use Newsletter - March 2012

In This Issue: - D.C. Jobs Bill Has Far-Reaching Implications for Contractors...Page 1 - Proposed Amendment to Virginia’s Constitution Could Limit Government’s Use of Eminent Domain...Page 2 - Meet Our Attorneys -...more

Beware Interim Lien Waivers!

The North Carolina Court of Appeals recently restored order to the use of interim lien waivers in North Carolina. The Court of Appeals issued its opinion in Wachovia Bank N.A. v. Superior Constr. Corp., COA10-1158, on July...more

Collyer Bristow LLP Construction Update

Here is the latest of Collyer Bristow's regular updates on Construction Law. Press Ctrl to click through to the articles. For further information visit www.collyerbristow.com or email Jane Hughes at...more

Real Estate & Land Use Newsletter: Prevailing Wages Update

In response to complaints by both labor and the private sector, the Director of the Department of Industrial Relations has proposed sweeping new regulations governing certified payrolls and state and local labor compliance...more

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