A recent Virginia Supreme Court opinion has highlighted the impact of private statutes of limitations in public contract disputes and again confirmed the need to ensure indemnification provisions are drafted to comply with Virginia law.
The various cycles in the real estate market require different legal services. This post discusses four typical phases of the market cycle, legal issues common to those phases, and ways in which contractors can use this understanding to prepare for the future.
Most contractors have at least considered (maybe with dread) what may happen if an OSHA inspector arrives at a jobsite. But many contractors fail to do all they can to prepare for an inspection before the inspector arrives. Here are five key tips to ensure that you are prepared.
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- Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA)
- Department of Professional and Occupational Regulation (DPOR)
- Government Contracts
- Dispute Resolution
- Mechanic's Liens
- Miller Act
- Workforce Development
- Virginia Employment Commission (VEC)
- Uniform Statewide Building Code
- Virginia Workers' Compensation Commission
- Change Orders
- Little Miller Act