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After receiving negative attention for lax code policies, Mississippi has moved to require enforcement of model building codes statewide.
President Obama has signed a measure that reins in steep hikes in flood insurance under the federally-backed National Flood Insurance Program.
New York State’s century-old “Scaffold Law” is back in the news, with opponents mounting a new effort to reform the safety rule.
Oklahoma’s top court will allow workers comp reform to stand — for now.
Illegal immigrants injured on the job qualify for workers comp, the Iowa Supreme Court has ruled.
Starting October 1, new homes in Dallas, Texas must be “certifiable” under LEED guidelines or meet equivalent city standards.
Attorney Patrick Barthet clarifies the requirements for filing a mechanic's lien based on a recent court case.
Twelve years after Lennar decided to repair homes with defective exteriors before being sued, the Texas high court has ruled that Lennar’s insurer must pay for the work.
Federal courts have ruled that building codes, once adopted into law, can’t be copyrighted. A new lawsuit will test whether that principle also allows free re-publishing of ASTM standards and similar industry-created consensus-based rules.
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