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  • By Anna R. Wright of PilieroMazza PLLC Published January 7, 2022   The Department of Justice (DOJ) recently  announced  a new “Cyber-Fraud Initiative” aimed at “developing actionable recommendations ... more

  • By Lana Dauterman and Jason Eldridge of BKD LLP Published January 3, 2022 The research and development (R&D) federal tax credit provides an incentive for companies to increase their innovation ... more

  • By Stephen E. Irving , Kevin J. O’Connor , Aaron C. Schlesinger , and Lauren Rayner Davis of Peckar & Abramson, P.C. Published January 13, 2022   The United States Supreme Court today ... more

  • By Kristi Morgan Aronica of Weitz Morgan PLLC Published January 17, 2022 The overwhelming legal precedent on this question is that it does not. The requirements of the Federal Prompt Payment Act ... more

  • By D. Bryan Thomas of Bradley Published December 2021 Legislation about retainage has become common place as many states have adopted different limitations, requirements, and schemes. A recent case ... more

  • By Rick Erickson of Snell & Wilmer LLP Published January 2, 2022 Welcome to 2022! This year, the construction industry will undoubtedly reflect on the last two years as unprecedented times plagued ... more

  • NASBP and SFAA recently developed and launched the surety industry’s new Contractor Bonding Education & Mentoring Program . This free program helps small, new, emerging, minority-owned, and other ... more

  • By James T. Yand , Miller Nash LLP Published January 2022   Generally, the implied warranty of the adequacy of the plans and specifications, also known as the Spearin Doctrine, allocates ... more

  • By George E. Pallas and  Matthew L. Erlanger of Cohen Seglias One of the most powerful tools in a contractor’s arsenal for obtaining payment on a construction project is a mechanics’ lien claim, ... more

  • By Myriah Jaworski and Brian Myers of Beckage Published November 2, 2021 The Department of Justice has announced a new “Civil Cyber-Fraud Initiative” in which the Department will pursue civil actions ... more

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