Sometimes new regulations come out of nowhere. And sometimes it is just a matter of time. Last week’s unveiling of the Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement’s (“BSEE”) offshore blowout preventer and well control regulations falls into the latter camp.
How can landlord and tenant successfully negotiate renewals of their lease at market rent?
Would private developers build affordable housing if there were no government subsidies?
You may want to use caution in drafting a Letter of Intent because a court may find it binding even if that was not your intent.
In October 2014, the Associated General Contractors of America conducted a survey of nearly 900 construction firms across 48 states and the District of Columbia to discuss construction industry hiring in 2015.
I wanted to provide a quick update on two recent cases from the California Court of Appeal.
It is springtime and a few creative and industrious neighbors are out erecting fences and sheds as others have done in the past without requesting the permission of the Association.
Employers concerned about the NLRB’s new “ambush” election rules have rightfully protested that the new procedures make it easier and faster for unions to hold an election certifying the union as the exclusive bargaining representative of employees.