Saxton & Stump attorney Jeffrey C. Bright recently published “Types of Claims that May Arise from Construction Project Losses Related to COVID-19” in the June 2020 issue of The Merit Shop Spokesman ABC Keystone Newsletter for their Ask an Attorney series. In the...
When litigating or negotiating construction disputes and claims, a common flaw for either the claimant (or the defendant) is the failure to properly document the claim and place the other party on notice. This issue can arise in various forms. Here are some of...
When a dispute arises on a construction project, an initial question is where must the dispute be litigated or arbitrated? The answer: It depends. Contract clauses may govern the issue. Other times, state-specific statutes might govern. The venue (location) and...
Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry increases enforcement of the Construction Workplace Misclassification Act
The Construction Workplace Misclassification Act (Act 72) went into effect in Pennsylvania in 2011 and sets guidelines for classification of independent contractors in the construction industry. In recent years, the Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry (DLI)...
In the construction industry cash flow is imperative to keep projects moving and your company profitable. Unfortunately, sometimes a project is slow to pay, for whatever reason. As a rule of thumb, it is generally wise to consult your attorney as soon as an...
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