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Ohio Supreme Court Holds 10-Year Construction Statute of Repose Includes Breach of Contract Claims

USA - July 19 2019 On July 17, 2019, the Ohio Supreme Court issued its ruling in New Riegel Local School Dist. Bd. Of Edn. V. Buehrer Group Architecture & Eng., Inc...

Benjamin B. McKelvey, Daniel M. Haymond, Kimberly E. Ramundo, Kevin D. Oles, Jeffrey R. Appelbaum.

Trending Exception to the Exclusion: Finding a Subcontractor’s Defect Isn’t “Your Work”

USA - March 9 2017 Most contractors’ Commercial General Liability (CGL) policies are based on the post-1986 Insurance Services Office, Inc. (ISO) standard form policies...

Patrick J. Sweeney, Jack Clark, Jeffrey R. Appelbaum.

GAO’s Bid Protest Annual Report Shows Record High Effectiveness Rate While NDAA Calls for Bid Protest Study

USA - January 10 2017 The federal bid protest system saw a number of developments last month that government contractors should keep in mind as they consider potential bid...

Eric N. Heyer, Daniel M. Haymond, Joseph Berger, Jeffrey R. Appelbaum.

Pennsylvania Supreme Court Holding Highlights Variations in Prompt Payment Law

USA - November 3 2016 Variations in prompt payment law are found throughout the United States. At its core, prompt payment law protects contractors from payments being...

Benjamin B. McKelvey, Daniel M. Haymond, Jeffrey R. Appelbaum.

Supreme Court Decision Highlights Risks Related to Federal Programs, Contracts and Grants

USA - August 4 2016 The U.S. Supreme Court has settled a disagreement among the circuits by holding that, “at least in certain circumstances, the implied false...

Daniel M. Haymond, Joseph Berger, Jeffrey R. Appelbaum, David A. Wilson.