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Coal Plant Shutdown: Owners and Operators Need Vision - Part I

USA - February 10 2017 Coal plant owners and operators can make a plant shutdown easier by planning now for the site’s future. This plan, or Vision, can help expedite...

J. Wylie Donald, Jane K Warren, Thomas DaCosta Lobo, James R. Choukas-Bradley, John J. McAleese, O'Neil, Robert A., Frank E. Ferruggia, Tricia Caliguire, Alan F. Kornstein.


Changing rights and obligations for construction defects in community associations in New Jersey

USA - July 11 2013 The rights and obligations of both developers and community associations have been expanded by the reported decision of the Appellate Division of the...

Benjamin F. Elliott, John P. Martin.


Public entities free to do their own investigations of construction bidders

USA - June 1 2012 In Barr Inc. v. Holliston, issued May 3, 2012, the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court (SJC) gave its stamp of approval to the independent reference checks that public project owners have been conducting, and the Massachusetts Attorney General's Office has been condoning, for quite some time....