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    PA CASPA Amendments Become Effective October 10

    On October 10, 2018, the amendments to the Contractor and Subcontractor Payment Act, 73 P.S. § 501, et seq. (CASPA) will take effect and significantly impact the rights and duties of owners, contractors, and subcontractors on all Pennsylvania ...

    Compliance
    ICYMI: Federal Appeals Court Upholds New OSHA Silica Rule
    BY Michael Metz-Topodas

    A recent federal appeals court decision rejected a challenge to the Occupational Health and Safety Administration’s new rule for respirable crystalline silica (silica) exposure in the construction industry (the Silica Rule), keeping the rule ...

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    Cohen Seglias Attorneys Selected to the 2017 Pennsylvania Super Lawyers List
    BY Kerstin Isaacs

    We are pleased to announce that eleven Cohen Seglias attorneys were selected to this year’s Pennsylvania Super Lawyers list and eight attorneys to the Pennsylvania Rising Stars list in the areas of Construction Litigation, Government ...

    Construction
    Delaware Valley Green Building Council Lunch & Learn: Liability in Green Building
    BY Kerstin Isaacs

    Liability in Green Building On June 13th, join Lane Kelman and Jennifer Budd for their Delaware Valley Green Building Council Lunch & Learn on liability in green building. The Lunch & Learn will be held at the Philadelphia office of ...

    Construction
    Adams v. Hellings Builders, Inc.: PA Superior Court holds that a homebuilder can be liable for representations made in its promotional materials

    In Pennsylvania, it is well-established that a homeowner can assert claims for fraud and violation of Pennsylvania’s consumer protection statute – the Unfair Trade Practices and Consumer Protection Law (“UTPCPL”) – ...

    Construction
    5 Simple Ways Construction Companies Can Reduce E-Discovery Costs

    Almost any construction project carries the potential for disputes, which all too often lead to litigation and associated costs. As litigation costs increase, they eat into potential recovery or limit defense strategies. Finding ways to lower ...