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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
11 October 2012
California’s Mechanics Liens and Stop Notices Statues Have Been Revamped
Source: Kilpatrick Townsend
Articles
09 October 2012
Mechanics Liens — The Law of Strict Conformity and Drastic Consequences
Source: Kilpatrick Townsend
Articles
04 October 2012
Third Party Emails Are Enough Notice Of A Differing Site Condition
Source: Kilpatrick Townsend
Articles
20 July 2012
Texas Court Rejects “Common Interest” Privilege for Insurer Claims Reports Legal Alerts
28 April 2011
California Contractors Can Soon Be Licensed as Limited Liability Companies Legal Alerts

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Arbitration for a global supplier of electro-mechanical equipment, systems, and services
The firm served as lead counsel to a global supplier of electro-mechanical equipment, systems, and services in an arbitration where the owner alleged more
Construction counsel for $500 million waste water and tunnel project in Northeast
Represented the public owner and were part of its project team from day one. In particular, the firm developed contract documents for the 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
Construction legal services for the American University in Cairo
Represented the American University in Cairo, Egypt with regard to its construction of a new $400 million, 2 million square foot campus near more

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