DOL Announces Enforcement Guidance Changes

From: U.S. Department of Labor  Dated: January 26, 2023 The U.S. Department of Labor announced that its Occupational Safety and Health Administration has issued new enforcement guidance to make its penalties more effective in stopping employers from repeatedly...

Nonresidential Construction Starts Plunge 25%

Construction Dive: Published Dec. 21, 2022 Sebastian ObandoReporter Dive Brief: Total construction starts tumbled 18% in November to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of $926.3 billion after a brief uptick in October, according to a Dodge Construction Network report....

Low Bidder, or Not?

Award on Base Bid Not Including Elected Alternate Violates Public Bidding Laws By Nell M. Hurley, Esq; Ernstrom & Dreste, LLP             Sometimes the question a court is asked is not the one the court decides to answer.  What began as a dispute over an apparent...

Hurricane Ian and Price Gouging

By Trent Cotney trent.cotney@arlaw.com | 813.454.4122 One of the most important things for any contractor or supplier to remember during hurricane repairs is the Florida-specific, price gouging laws. Florida Statute 501.610, commonly referred to as the Price Gouging...
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