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Monthly Archives: June 2017

The Comcast Project is Not Likely to Be Shut Down Too Long

Posted in Secondary Boycotts, Unions

Jan Von Bergen at the Philadelphia Inquirer reported that work on Comcast’s new tower came to a halt this morning when striking members of Local 542 picketed the Comcast tower project and other union trades refused to cross the picket line.  However, this show of solidarity (during the afternoon on the Friday before the Fourth… Continue Reading

Huge Win for Economic Liberty

Posted in Construction Law

Sadly, in Philadelphia, the City that gave birth to the United States Constitution, respect for the Constitution by government officials is woefully lacking.  Luckily, the United States Federal Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, which sits in Philadelphia, has served as a bulwark to Philadelphia bureaucrats who ignore the individual freedoms the Constitution guarantees…. Continue Reading

The Death of Retail and Legal Issues

Posted in Construction Law

The National Review recently published an article about the wide ranging economic and social impacts of the death of traditional mid-market shopping malls.  The article is not overtly political and at time waxes nostalgic about the prototypical 1980’s shopping mall.  However, the article highlights real problems facing the owners of these malls and other traditional… Continue Reading