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A Force Majeure Clause Should Be Project Specific

A “Force Majeure Clause” is a “a contractual provision allocating the risk of loss if performance becomes impossible or impracticable, esp. as a result of an event or effect that the parties could not have anticipated or controlled (emphasis ad… Read More
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New OSHA Reporting Requirement

The revised OSHA reporting regulation (29 C.F.R. § 1904.39) that went into effect on January 1, 2015 expands reporting requirements for covered employers. Now, when a work-related incident results in the death of any employee, then a covered employe… Read More
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Who Dictates Steel Erection Sequencing?

Structural steel erectors often complain that the general contractor (“GC”) modifies the erection sequence, either before or during construction, but almost always after the subcontract has been executed. On the other hand, general contractors of… Read More
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