Client Alerts

Federal Regulatory Update

Recently, the Federal Government issued a number of final and proposed regulations that will have a significant impact on government contractors. Below is a summary of some of the key regulations. I. Affirmative Action Goals for Veterans and Disabled Workers Final Regulations Most federal government contractors and subcontractors are familiar with the requirement to take […]

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Updates to North Carolina P3 Law

Public-Private Partnerships, commonly referred to as P3s, are contractual agreements between public and private entities that provide for significant involvement of private entities in the delivery and financing of public buildings and infrastructure projects. Under a P3 agreement, the private entity assumes the project’s financing and is entitled to either the revenue generated from project […]

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California Appellate Court Rules On Statute Of Limitations

In a recent California Appellate Court decision, Brisbane Lodging, L.P. v. Webcor Builders, L.P. 216 Cal. App. 4th 1249 (2013), the Court upheld a clause in a construction contract that shortened the statute of limitations and abrogated California’s delayed discovery rule as to latent defects. This decision was a case of first impression in the […]

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Home Improvement Contractors See Major Change to Registration Act

The Contractors’ Registration Act, N.J.S.A. § 56:8-136, et seq. (“CRA”) and associated regulations provide guidelines for contractors involved in the home improvement industry. Since passing in 2005, the many requirements of the CRA have contributed to a healthy amount of litigation by home owners against improvement contractors – mostly in the context of the New […]

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Report On P3 Projects And Legislation In California

In recent years, one approach to infrastructure building on which state and local governments have increasingly relied is the public-private partnership (P3). P3s place a broad range of project responsibilities and risks onto private entities, some of which were traditionally borne by public agencies alone. Typically, a P3 agreement calls on the private partner to […]

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