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Taxing Employers Will Undermine Economic Growth

by Stephen E. Sandherr ARLINGTON, VA – We greet the President’s new infrastructure proposal with mixed emotions. On one hand, the President is right to focus on rebuilding a broad range of aging and overburdened infrastructure and modernizing
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COVID-19 – Back to the Beginning

ORLANDO – Leaving human tragedy and economic damage in its wake, COVID-19 will long be a historical touchstone in the lives of all who lived through it. And yet, with vaccines continuing to gain traction throughout the United States and the world,
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INDUSTRY NEWS: Va. Workers, COVID Relief, OIG Audit

Virginia’s First Worker Protection Unit RICHMOND, VA – Attorney General Mark R. Herring recently announced the designation of the Virginia Attorney General’s first Worker Protection Unit. The multidisciplinary team of prosecutors and attorn
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CSC 2021: Call for Presentations Still Open

ORLANDO, FL – CSC is now accepting applications for its 2021 conference, hosted at the J.W. Marriott in Bonnet Creek, Orlando, FL. With COVID-19 risk top of mind for business travel, and the vaccine making its way across the nation, the Co
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Industry News: Webcast, Bribes, Lawsuits

Webcast Explores Racism in Construction TOPIC: How 2020 Transformed the Conversation Around Hate and Racism in ConstructionDAY: Tuesday, March 2TIME: 2:30 Eastern TimeSPONSORED BY: Rhodes Group Industry leaders speak about the transformation they exp
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Design Firms Shifting Office Paradigm

SOUTHFIELD, MI – Until March of 2020, no architectural firm (indeed most professional service businesses) would have ever considered the possibility that its employees would work from a place other than its office. That reality changed dramati
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Mandatory Vaccinations? Yes With Caveats

HOUSTON – In an interview with Third Thursday, A. Kevin Troutman (a partner at Fisher Phillips law firm with 25 locations in the United States) reiterated his opinion that employers could indeed require workers to be vaccinated against COVID-19
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International Construction Law Alliance Takes Shape

NEW YORK, NY – Under the banner Leading Construction Lawyers (LCL), an international construction law alliance has been formed by construction law practices: Peckar & Abramson, PC (United States); Altana (France); Breyer Rechtsanwälte (Germany
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Will the Biden Administration Build Normalcy?

by Mike Heitman PALM BEACH GARDENS, FL – The newly inaugurated Biden Administration has campaigned on restoring the nation’s economy, healing our political divisions, and restoring our nation’s infrastructure.  The selection of his cab