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  • By Tauseef Khan and Ira Kantor of Marcum LLP Originally Published December 13, 2022 With the holiday season fast approaching, many of us are gearing up for family gatherings and a return to normal ... more...

  • By Michael Needham of Marcum LLP Originally published December 13, 2022 With each wave of new technology, companies become more automated and efficient—and more vulnerable to cyberattacks. Construction ... more...

  • By Andrew M. Hanna of Frantz Ward LLP Published March 11, 2021 In a typical construction contract, the project owner pays the prime contractor, and the prime contractor in turn pays the subcontractor, ... more...

  • By Luke Stahelski of CliftonLarsonAllen Published December 20, 2022 While it is important to safeguard your business from malware attacks and phishing attempts from external parties, it is also important ... more...

  • By Evan M. Musselwhite and Luke C. Tompkins of Ward and Smith, P.A. Published December 21, 2022 Hank Harris , Director of Consulting of  Ward and Smith Business Consulting , shared insights ... more...

  • By Evan A. Blaker of Cohen Seglias Pallas Greenhall & Furman PC Published November 21, 2022 The bidding process for a construction project includes a vast array of folks: estimators, owners, ... more...

  • By Sam Gregory of Butler Snow Published December 2, 2022 There are specific statutory rules governing liens. In Mississippi, for example, construction liens must be filed within 90 days of when work ... more...

  • By David K. Taylor of Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP Published November 18, 2022 Here’s the Scenario:  After months of working with a new national developer (and providing hours of unreimbursed ... more...

  • By Ronald Espinal of Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP Published in Construction and Procurement Law News , Q2 2022 Generally, an “accord and satisfaction” is an agreement between two or more contracting ... more...

  • By Petar Angelov of Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP Published in Construction and Procurement Law News , Q3 2022 A “pay-if-paid” provision typically makes payment by an owner to a general contractor ... more...

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