Construction & Land Use Newsletter - March 2012

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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 - John G. Kelly...Page 3

- Excerpt from "D.C. Jobs Bill Has Far-Reaching..."

Developers, general contractors and subcontractors doing business in the District of Columbia (“District”) should exercise caution before entering into certain agreements to provide construction-related services. The District of Columbia Workforce Intermediary Establishment and Reform of First Source and Living Wage Amendment Act of 2011, commonly referred to as the Amended First Source Act, is the most recent legislation passed by the District to reduce unemployment and to increase the taxpaying base in the city.

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