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Accountant May Be Liable for Millions to Surety for Allegedly Misleading Audit

USA - March 29 2021 A Pennsylvania federal court held an Accounting firm who prepared an audit for a surety’s principal may be held liable for negligent…

How States’ Interstate Commerce Restrictions Are Testing the Construction Industry and the Constitution

USA - April 9 2020 Imagine you are a contractor from New York where construction work is deemed nonessential, and your projects are being shut down. To stay afloat…

Differing Site Conditions Produce Differing Challenges

USA - January 8 2019 The saying “The best laid plans of mice and men often go awry” can too often apply in the construction industry. A contractor may receive a…

P3s: opportunities for green

USA - October 14 2015 The public infrastructure of the United States is crumbling. While state and local governments face budgetary restrictions, they are also requiring…

Common sense contracting - summer 2015

USA - April 6 2015 Construction companies’ increasing opportunities to perform work across state lines poses unique challenges and requirements, not the least of which…

Joseph J. Dinardo, Todd M. Heffner, Kathleen Hsu, Lochlin B. Samples, Steven J. Stuart