Survey: Optimism Dims For Private Sector Construction
ARLINGTON, VA - Construction contractors are less optimistic about many private-sector segments than they were a year ago, but their expectations for the public sector market have remained relatively bullish.
Analysis: Restrictive Covenants And Non-Competes
RIVER EDGE, N.J. - The legal landscape with regard to non-compete agreements and other types of restrictive covenants has been tenuous for decades.
No Non-Compete: Good Or Bad Idea?
WASHINGTON, D.C. – With the new year came a newly proposed “no non-compete” rule from the FTC.
Images From CSC 2022
LAS VEGAS - The next CSC is scheduled for Dec. 4-6, 2023 in Miami, but first here is a look back at images from Vegas.
CSC 2022 – Heightened Focus On Design Practice
LAS VEGAS - This year’s Construction Super Conference is now in the books, and it was excellent. It was one of the better ones, in fact, that I’ve been to in a while.
CSC 2022 – Force Majeure, Supply Chain, And More
LAS VEGAS - I just attended another great Construction Super Conference event in Las Vegas. It certainly feels as though the “new normal” is “back to normal.”
CSC 2022 Networking Opportunities Abound
LAS VEGAS – Educational sessions are top notch at Construction Super Conference (CSC), but attendance at CSC is also a great opportunity to solidify existing relationships and build new ones at stellar networking events.
Peckar & Abramson Earns U.S. News Honors
NEW YORK - Peckar & Abramson, P.C. (P&A) recently earned 30 top National and Metropolitan rankings in the 2023 edition of U.S. News-Best Lawyers® "Best Law Firms.
Labor Woes Continue For Construction Firms
ARLINGTON, VA - The construction industry added only 1,000 employees in October while it continued to boost wages for hourly workers as firms compete to hire from a small labor pool.