Labor and Justice Gang up to Criminalize Safety Violations
Used to be you might go to jail when a worker died on your site. Now you might go...
Could Litigation Force Flesh-Detection Into All Tablesaws?
Attorneys weigh in on the potential fallout from a legal ruling late last year on...
Drones in Construction
Thinking of using a drone to scope out your jobsites? Be sure you know the legal...
New York Trench Death Draws Manslaughter Charge
New York City prosecutors are charging construction company owners with...
BP to Pay $18 Billion in Gulf Oil Spill
A proposed settlement would bring billions of dollars to Gulf of Mexico states...
Wage Theft Reportedly Rampant in Residential Construction
Wage theft and employee misclassification has gotten so bad, a pending bill in...
Winners and Losers in the California Drought
As the California drought continues, homebuilders fear the housing market may dry...
Drywall Contractor to Pay $1M For Workers' Comp Violation
A Washington-state drywaller has been ordered to pay $1M in workers' comp premiums...
6 Do's and Don'ts To Keep Out of Court
These aren't abstract legal issues. They're things you can, and should, do every day in your business dealings with clients.