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    Construction Law Now Blog

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    District of Columbia
    Webinar Recap: How to Get Paid – Tips and Tricks for Construction Companies in DC, MD, and VA
    BY Jackson S. Nichols

    I hope you enjoyed my recent webinar on payment techniques for contractors in DC, Maryland, and Virginia. If you missed it, you can access the recording here. Below are some of the highlights: Payment Techniques Traditional payment techniques for ...

    Contract
    West Virginia Government Contractors Must Continue to Work While Awaiting Approval of a Change Order
    BY Lisa M. Wampler, Lori Wisniewski Azzara

    In late July, the West Virginia Purchasing Division of the Department of Administration issued an “emergency rule” that exempts construction contracts from a new law regarding change order approval. This new law, which went into effect ...

    West Virginia
    New Prevailing Wage Law in West Virginia

    This month, West Virginia Governor Earl Ray Tomlin signed Senate Bill 361, which significantly adjusts the state’s calculation of prevailing wages to establish an amount more reflective of actual earnings in regions across the state.  As ...

    New Construction
    West Virginia Construction Industry Update

    It is hard to dispute that the past three years have been difficult for West Virginia’s construction industry, and so far 2011 hasn’t seen much improvement. Employment in the construction industry is down approximately 10% this year over ...

    Delaware
    These (Construction) Boots Were Made for Walkin’ (Across State Borders)

    For an increasing number of contractors, survival in the current economy has resulted in the need to find and secure work in other states. The migration of contractors to neighboring states is apparent throughout the country. Besides the work ...

    New Construction
    City Hall Restoration Project Begins in West Virginia

    Renovations are underway to restore the historic Wheeling, West Virginia Independence Hall. The Independence Hall building was constructed in the 1800’s and served as the capital building even before West Virginia was formally recognized as a ...

    Jobs
    Tragic BP Spill Could Lead to Unexpected Benefits for Pennsylvania and West Virginia

    The April 20, 2010 BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico has been called the worst environmental disaster in American history. Although the well was recently capped, the spill has resulted in tightened regulations on oil drilling which may unexpectedly ...