The U.S. Supreme Court has granted a petition for certiorari review in a case with significant practical ramifications regarding the validity of many local sign and advertising regulations, and the ability of businesses, artists and others to freely post outdoor signage.
My partner, Abe Reich, recently successfully argued before the PA Supreme Court a case determining “whether the occurrence of a murder/suicide inside a house constitutes a material defect of the property, such that appellees’ failure to disclose the same to the buyer of the house constituted fraud, negligent misrepresentation, or a violation of the Unfair Trade Practices and Consumer Protection Law’s (UTPCPL).”
The Arizona Department of Transportation announced today its decision to deliver the $1.9 billion South Mountain Freeway Project under a single design-build-maintain public-private partnership.
SBA Increases Small Business Size Standards for Businesses in Numerous Industries, Including Construction
If you participate in federal government procurement programs, either as a prime contractor or as a subcontractor, listen up! Your small business size status may have changed on July 14, 2014 as a result of an interim rule issued by the SBA.
Since the introduction of the Low Income Housing Tax Credit program in 1986, the majority of commercial equity investors in affordable housing projects have been those seeking tax credits in return for their equity contributions.
In early July, the Senate voted to confirm San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro as Secretary of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), putting this rising political star at the helm of the nation’s federal housing programs.
This Lawyer is Not a Plumber: Are You Hiring the Right Professionals to Serve Your Community Association?
I’m the granddaughter of Midwestern dairy farmers who grew up during the Great Depression, and my parents own a small town HVAC/plumbing business.
Question: I own a condominium unit and am confused concerning recent changes to the condominium statute about e-mails.
Concurrent delay remains a perennial issue in construction contracts and the disputes arising out of those contracts.
I want to pass along three interesting articles I have read over the past day or so about coal’s decline (or alleged decline) in the United States totally unrelated to EPA’s recent proposed rule on carbon emissions from existing power plants.