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Drones in Construction

Thinking of using a drone to scope out your jobsites? Be sure you know the legal... More

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Florida Bill Would Limit Builder Liability Exposure to Seven Years After Completion

Florida’s legislature may limit the state’s “statute of repose” for construction defect claims to seven years. More

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Storm Brewing over New Lead Paint Law

Will other states follow Maryland's lead enacting a sweeping new lead paint law... More

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Incorporated - It's Not Enough

Incorporating your business shields you from attacks on your household—so long as you keep business separate from personal. More

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Discipline for Heating Contractors in North Carolina CO Poisonings

A second North Carolina heating contractor has had his licensed suspended after three people died from a faulty motel pool heater in 2013. More

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Settling Construction Disputes

As a contractor, you have a 1 in 4 chance that a lawsuit will be filed against you. More

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Telling Co-Workers About a Termination

Employers need to be careful not to give a terminated employee grounds for a defamation lawsuit. More

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Settling With All the Right Parties

If you have to settle out of court, be sure you cover all your bases. More

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What Happens When You Ignore Construction Defects?

Contractors who discover construction defects or mistakes in their work face two... More

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Clients from Hell

Adam Shaf says a dispute with his former clients stems from them "not paying us for work, not because of poor workmanship." More

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