In This Issue:

- Green Law Corner: What LEED v4 Means for You

- Deliberate Intent: Beyond Workers' Compensation and Into the Assets of Your Business

- EPA Approves the New Phase I Standard

- Enforcing Your Arbitration Agreement Just Became A Great Deal Easier

- A Boost for Entrepreneurs: Minority-Women- and Veteran owned Businesses

- Excerpt from A Boost for Entrepreneurs: Minority-Women- and Veteran owned Businesses:

In the last issue of The Construct we talked about the Historically Underutilized Business ("HUB Zone") Program. This quarter we offer you information on programs helping women, minorities and veterans start and maintain their own business ventures.

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