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    Business
    First Department of New York Loosens the Standard for “Piercing the Corporate Veil”

    One of the general and principal benefits of incorporating a business entity is limited liability; the owners of a corporation are not liable for the corporation’s actions or debts. There are, however, exceptions. One of the exceptions is the ...

    Litigation
    Contractor Payment Rights on Public Projects affected by PA Supreme Court Decision
    BY Lane F. Kelman, Matthew Gioffre

    Contractors doing work on publicly-owned projects in Pennsylvania may find it more difficult to recover statutory penalties and attorneys’ fees if the owner withholds funds in bad faith. Pennsylvania’s Procurement Code, which governs ...

    Litigation
    It’s Good to be King: Time to File a Lawsuit Does Not Run Against the Pennsylvania Government

    In the recent case of Township of Salem v. Miller Penn Development, LLC, the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court invoked the often overlooked doctrine of nullum tempus occurrit regi. Read literally as “time does not run against the king,” as ...

    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 ...