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The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, which passed in the House of Representatives on Friday, November 4th and is expected to be signed into law in the coming weeks, includes an important, permanent streamlining to the federal permitting and environmental
Continue Reading Federal Infrastructure Bill to Codify Streamlining of Federal Permitting Process in Major Infrastructure Projects

A recent decision from the United States District Court for Massachusetts held a contractor and its owner personally liable for failing to pay a subcontractor and held that the contractor was liable for millions in damages to the owner resulting
Continue Reading Massachusetts Federal Court: Contractor and Contractor's Owner Personally Liable for Fraud and Conversion for Failing to Pay Subcontractor; Contractor Also Liable for Millions Resulting From Termination for Cause

A Texas appellate court recently ruled that an owner properly terminated its contract with a contractor, despite the owner’s failure to provide the contractor notice and an opportunity to cure. See TPG (Post Oak) Acquisition, LLC, et al. v. Greystone
Continue Reading Notice and Opportunity to Cure: Only if Specifically Required in a Construction Contract