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Will Your Indemnity Clauses be Unenforceable on January 1, 2013?

Amendments to California’s construction indemnity statutes will go into effect on January 1, 2013. Your commercial construction contracts may need to be modified or other strategies may need to be implemented or your...more

Construction Newsletter -- November 2012: New California Law Reforms Disability Access Litigation

On September 19, 2012, Gov. Jerry Brown signed into law Senate Bill 1186, aiming to help California business owners guard against costly, predatory lawsuits filed under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and...more

Legislative Update: Governor Signs Education-Related Bills That Address Principal Evaluations, Public Contract Bidding...

KMTG is continuing our series reviewing new legislation. Unless noted otherwise, the new laws take effect January 1, 2013. Evaluations of Principals — SB 1292: The Legislature declared in passing SB 1292 that...more

Green Building Newsletter -- October 2012

In This Edition: Law & Policy Updates: ..The LEED v4 (formerly LEED 2012) Controversy ..Related Industry Events ..Recent Article & News ..Questions or Comments? Excerpt from Law & Policy...more

North Carolina General Assembly Continues Reform Streak

After the dust settled on the North Carolina General Assembly 2012 Short Session, 203 bills had become law, a handful of which survived gubernatorial veto. Although the General Assembly did not pass land use reforms as...more

California Supreme Court Kills Redevelopment Agencies. Now What?

California’s redevelopment agencies (RDAs) receive 12 percent of the state’s property tax revenue. In this economic climate, that put a bull's-eye on their heads. Upon taking office, Governor Brown pushed through legislation...more

The Annual Round With Utah's Mechanics' Lien Laws

Death and taxes aren't the only sure things in this life. Another event you can take to the bank is the annual tweaking and twisting of Utah's mechanics' lien laws in the legislature. It is always a dynamic process to watch,...more

McAfee & Taft RegLINC: Senate committee reauthorizes pipeline safety programs By Jared Burden

May 5, 2011, the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee voted to pass S. 275, the Pipeline Transportation Safety Improvement Act of 2011, moving the process of reauthorizing the pipeline safety program one step...more

Rogers Towers: Judge Declares Senate Bill 360 Unconstitutional

A trial judge in Tallahassee has struck down Senate Bill 360, approved by the Legislature and Governor in 2009. As you may remember, Senate Bill 360 provided several forms of growth management relief in response to the market...more

Rogers Towers: 2010 Legislative Session - Growth Management Legislation

Relatively few bills relating to growth management have been introduced in this session due to the pending statewide vote on Amendment 4. However, in response to court challenges to Senate Bill 360, which became law last...more

Supreme Court Refuses To Hear Palmer Case - Are Inclusionary Zoning Practices Due For Change?

On October 22, 2009, the California Supreme Court decided not to review the Court of Appeal's decision in the landmark Palmer/Sixth Street Properties v. City of Los Angeles case. [See SMRH Blog 08/18/2009, for detailed...more

The EPA Uses the Clean Air Act to Propose New Rules Intended to Reduce GHG Emissions from Large Emitters

In a move certain to fuel the debate over climate change legislation in Congress, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (the "EPA") recently revealed a new proposal to regulate greenhouse gas ("GHG") emissions from power...more

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