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Monthly Archives: April 2011
As South Carolina prepares for Boeing’s arrival, the National Labor Relations Board’s acting general counsel has other plans for the company. Upon the request of the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers union, the general counsel filed a complaint … Continue reading
Part I of this series focused on the issues leading up to the introduction of HB 489. Now we will look at the nuts and bolts. The primary motivation behind HB 489 is to provide the world with notice of … Continue reading
Job meetings serve many practical functions during construction, the foremost being coordination of sequencing, access, and the X’s and O’s of the work. To the construction attorney, meeting minutes provide a succinct historical snapshot of the project. We can use … Continue reading
Contractors are often asked whether they have “insurance.” This question really involves two levels of analysis. First, there are many different types of insurance: Builder’s Risk, Errors & Omissions (E&O), Commercial General Liability (CGL), Key Man, Property, etc. In the … Continue reading