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  • By Merle M. DeLancey Jr. , Craig Stetson , and Jennifer A. Short Published in the July 2021 edition of  Pratt’s Government Contracting Law Report  (Vol. 7, No. 7), an A.S. Pratt Publication, LexisNexis ... more

  • By David Blake of Seyfarth Shaw LLP Published July 16, 2021 Potential Damages Potential damages arising from the failure to achieve statutory or contractual requirements concerning Leadership ... more

  • By Rachael E. Stack and Carl R. Pebworth of Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP Published July 20, 2021 Spikes in building material costs and unforeseen delays in delivery are some of the unexpected ... more

  • By Scott Tracy of CliftonLarsonAllen Published July 19, 2021 Key insights The SBA has dropped its loan necessity questionnaire requirement (Forms 3509 and 3510). Borrowers still need support ... more

  • By Deb Mackay and Carl Pebworth of Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP Published July 13, 2021 Anyone who works in construction and on construction projects will deal with mechanic’s liens. Sometimes ... more

  • By Luke P. Cantrell and Matthew Emmons of Baker Donelson Published July 15, 2021 Over the course of the pandemic, contractors and material suppliers have been forced to find creative ways to maintain ... more

  • By Creighton P. Dixon of Snell & Wilmer LLP Published in Under Construction newsletter, July 2021 In the last several months, numerous companies have announced hefty investments in substantial ... more

  • By Michael F. McKenna and Alexander F. Spilberg of Cohen Seglias A common clause in many New York construction contracts is a “no-damage-for-delay” exculpatory provision, providing, in sum, that ... more

  • By Amy Elizabeth Garber and Eric A. Frechtel of Bradley Published July 13, 2021 A contractor is halfway through the (timely) completion of a project and the owner’s payment is late. Days, weeks ... more

  • By Kimberly A. Blake of Gordon Rees Scully Mansukhani, LLP Construction contractors are subject to regulations of the state in which they seek to work. While some states require contractors to be ... more

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