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Appellate Court Notes - Week of February 10

AC35257 - Lagueux v. Leonardi: This decision has general applicability to the right of the State to ensure an applicant for a license is of good moral standing. The majority concluded that the Connecticut Insurance...more

The Not So Fine Print

It seems like there’s been a lot of labor law news lately. From the California Labor Commissioner’s crackdown on labor law violations this past year to new labor law-related legislation this year. And here’s another....more

A Virginia Mechanic's Lien Refresher, Courtesy of Jack Bays

In February 2013 the Supreme Court of Virginia handed down its decision in Jack Bays, a mechanic’s lien lawsuit involving the landowner, several lenders, the general contractor and no fewer than eleven subcontractors....more

FAR Councils Soliciting Public Comments to Remove Contractors’ Right to Appeal Past Performance Evaluations

For federal government contractors, agencies’ past performance evaluations are important. A favorable evaluation can result in a stronger customer relationship, an enhanced reputation, and a better chance of winning future...more

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