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House Approves Energy Tax Extenders

Last week, the U.S. House of Representatives (House) overwhelming approved a $42 billion tax extenders bill. The bill, H.R. 5771, includes extensions of nearly $10 billion in energy tax incentives through the end of 2014. ...more

"Lien In": North Carolina General Assembly Revisits New Mechanics Lien Laws

Last April, we wrote about the significant changes to the North Carolina mechanics lien laws, which are continuing to create issues and opportunities for owners, contractors, subcontractors and title companies working in the...more

Capitol Report: Property Insurance Bill Creating Citizens Clearinghouse Passes 2013 Florida Legislature

Committee Substitute for Senate Bill 1770 (CS/SB 1770) passed by the 2013 Florida Legislature creates a “keep-out” clearinghouse to reduce the size and type of exposures insured by Citizens Property Insurance Corporation...more

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

Restoring The Foundation: Assessing Construction In Progress

Originally published in the Connecticut Law Tribune - November 2, 2012. Legislature Amends Statutes, Overrules Court Decisions This supplements the article published on March 5, 2012 entitled "Changing the...more

Florida HB503: Excitement Grows Over This New Law as a Good Thing for Florida Real Estate Development

While everyone waits for Florida Governor Rick Scott to sign HB503 into law, and it's expected that Scott will do so - no veto here - Florida real estate developers and those who work with land development are becoming more...more

Governor Vetoes Economic Impact Report Requirement for Superstores

One of this year’s most controversial bills was vetoed by Governor Brown in the final minutes of October 9, 2011, his last day to act on the bill. SB 469 (Vargas), the Small & Neighborhood Business Protection Act, would have...more

Continued Downturn Leads Governor Brown To Sign Legislative Relief For Developers

On July 15, 2011, Governor Brown signed into law AB 208, a bill that offers a further extension of certain subdivision maps. The bill was originally sponsored by the California Building Industry Association in order to...more

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