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02 January 2013
'To the Extent' a Party Must Indemnify Another Party to a Construction Contract
Source: Kilpatrick Townsend
Articles
01 January 2013
Southeastern Region: Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia
Source: Construction Law Update 2013
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14 December 2012
Highlights of the New Highway Bill – Map-21
Source: Kilpatrick Townsend
Articles
12 December 2012
Can You Lien that Lease, or Is It a Usufruct?
Source: Kilpatrick Townsend
Articles
16 November 2012
Contractor’s Licenses: Not Just for States
Source: Kilpatrick Townsend
Articles
29 October 2012
PCBs in Caulking Materials Legal Alerts
29 October 2012
Bidding on Government Projects: Actual Employees Not Necessarily Required
Source: Kilpatrick Townsend
Articles
26 October 2012
Attempts to Avoid Arbitration by Casting Claims in Tort May Only Prolong Inevitable Arbitration
Source: Kilpatrick Townsend
Articles
19 October 2012
GAO Denies Protest Finding Mere Presence Of Risk In A Solicitation Does Not Make It Improper
Source: Kilpatrick Townsend
Articles
17 October 2012
Federal Government’s New Requirement To Accelerate Payment To Subcontractors
Source: Kilpatrick Townsend
Articles

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Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport Expansion for the City of Atlanta
Represented the City of Atlanta by providing its Law Department with on-going legal counsel for its planned $6 billion, 10-12 year facility expansion more
Project counseling services for an international EPC contractor and manufacturer of power generation equipment
Provides project counseling services to an international EPC contractor and original equipment manufacturer on projects involving the construction of more
Contract dispute arising out of a government contract for a marine repair and conversion company
Represent a marine repair and conversion contractor in disputes arising from a contract for the conversion of a fleet of U.S. Coast Guard cutters. more
Charleston International Ports, LLC v. SC State Ports Authority (SCSPA)
Serves as outside counsel to the South Carolina State Ports Authority (SCSPA), the fourth busiest container port in North America. In that more

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