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2017 California Construction Law Update

To say it’s been an exciting year in politics would be an understatement. While most of the nation’s attention was focused on the presidential election, state legislatures, including California’s, were busy at work. The...more

Workmanship and Earth Movement Exclusions Preclude Coverage for Collapse As a Matter of Law

by Cozen O'Connor on

A U.S. federal district court recently granted Peerless Insurance’s summary judgment motion, concluding that, as a matter of law, under Virginia law, a property policy insuring a building under renovation would not provide...more

Leaked Draft Rule Increases Federal Power Over Private Lands

by Polsinelli on

Federal control over private lands would be expanded significantly under a proposed rule reportedly drafted by the Environmental Protection Agency ("EPA") and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers ("Corps"). Industry groups...more

CSLB Warns Contractors to Dial Before You Dig

The California Contractors State License Board (“CSLB”) is warning contractors that it’s stepping up its CSLB enforcement activities against contractors who excavate without permits. Under the law, contractors are required to...more

NH Supreme Court Reverses Recent Decision Regarding Restrictions On Excavation Permitting

by Pierce Atwood LLP on

In a November 16, 2012 alert, we discussed the New Hampshire Supreme Court’s November 9, 2012 decision in Town of Carroll v. Rines. That decision concluded that state law preempts certain municipal restrictions on excavation...more

MISS Dig Bills Pass In Michigan Senate, Stall In House

by Varnum LLP on

Legislation creating a new MISS Dig law passed the Michigan Senate on November 29 in a 26-12 vote, but failed to make it through the House before the 2012 Legislative Session closed on December 13. Supporters plan to...more

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