‘Unlawfully Advertised’ 2x4s Cost Lowe’s $1.6M

Non-standard products were labeled with nominal dimensions reserved for sawn... 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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Dealing With Construction Defects

Should you ignore them and risk liability, or fix the problems and risk destroying... 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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Paid in Full?

What to do when the scope of work changes and the customer disputes your claim for full payment. More

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How to Play It Safe When Approving Overtime

Managing employees' overtime can be tricky. Here are a few tips to keep your staff happy and your company out of the courtroom. More

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Mississippi Adopts Statewide Building Code Law

After receiving negative attention for lax code policies, Mississippi has moved to require enforcement of model building codes statewide. More

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Congress Rolls Back Flood Insurance Hikes

President Obama has signed a measure that reins in steep hikes in flood insurance under the federally-backed National Flood Insurance Program. More

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New Controversy Over New York Scaffold Law

New York State’s century-old “Scaffold Law” is back in the news, with opponents mounting a new effort to reform the safety rule. More

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Oklahoma High Court Upholds Workers Comp Reform

Oklahoma’s top court will allow workers comp reform to stand — for now. More

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