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Managing the Project During Construction The estimate provided by the contractor and accepted by the owner during the bid phase represents what the project will cost the owner.
THE CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULE In the broadest sense, a schedule can be defined as a tool which facilitates the presentation of a plan to accomplish a task or series of tasks.
Financing Public & Private Partnerships In Maryland Public-private partnerships are increasingly being used to facilitate private and municipal redevelopment initiatives.
A Win-Win Solution: Health and Safety Audits What is Partnerships in Health and Safety? First established in 1989, Partnerships in Health and Safety (Partnerships) was developed with the belief that: -when employers...
Sales and Use Tax in Virginia: Recent Developments in Virginia Sales and Use Taxation This report is basically a discussion of 2014 Virginia tax legislation, court decisions, Tax Commissioner rulings, and Attorney...
Texas Drainage and Flood Law Drainage law generally follows property law concepts that emphasize the rights of landowners. Landowners have certain rights and obligations pertaining to both surface water and groundwater.
Medicaid and Elder Law in Maryland: Financial Powers of Attorney The Maryland legislature defines a power of attorney as a writing or other record that grants authority to an agent to act in place of the principal.
IRS Form 1099 Reporting: Types of 1099s This report will focus on the types of Form 1099 and what they are used for. Form 1099 is used to report everything from prize winnings to withdrawals from retirement plans to...
Top 10 IP Issues in Contracts IP is everywhere. Good ideas for products or sometimes services that are the subject of your client’s contracts are often valuable.
Legal and Practical Issues of Easements in Texas Article I, section 17 of the Texas Constitution sets forth the power and authority of eminent domain in Texas.
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