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Monthly Archives: September 2014

Regional Manager Indicted in DBE Fraud Case

Posted in Disadvantage Business Enterprises (DBE)

In previous posts, I have discussed how failing to abide by the Department of Transportation’s DBE regulations can lead to the criminal indictment of construction company executives. Now, a case out of the Southern District of New York – a hotbed of DBE fraud prosecutions – should have all employees of a firms that fail… Continue Reading

Free DBE Compliance Audit

Posted in Disadvantage Business Enterprises (DBE)

This blog repeatedly chronicles the ramifications of failing to comply with the Department of Transportation’s Disadvantaged Business Enterprise regulations.  Jail time for executives, disbarment, fines, and bid challenges are real threats to those contractors that run afoul of the DOT’s DBE rules.  Because of the amount of interest in this area, I am pleased to announce… Continue Reading

Government Set-Aside Fraud: Not Just for DBE’s

Posted in Construction Law

As readers of this blog know, fraud involving the Department of Transportation’s disadvantage business enterprise regulations is a hot topic in the construction industry. One form of DBE fraud involves a front scheme, whereby a certified DBE is not actually owned, operated, and controlled by an disadvantaged individual.  Unfortunately, this type of scheme is not limited… Continue Reading