Infrastructure Construction

As we enter the New Year, here is a look at 5 areas that will be a hot bed of legal activity for contractors and their attorneys.

1.   Aggressive Union Activity.

Decreasing membership and market share, will cause Big Labor to ramp up efforts to “persuade” public and private owners to use an all union

As the Northeast struggles to regain its footing after Super Storm Sandy, many are asking two questions: (a) When is my power going back on?; and (b) Could any of this been prevented.  While I cannot answer the first question, the answer to the second is yes.

Next to the post-apocalyptic looking devastation on the

In many older former industrial cities, like Philadelphia, water main breaks and, even worse, gas main breaks are common place.  The cause of all of them is the same: the deterioration of components that are nearly a century old.  Now, have you ever wondered why the electrical infrastructure in these same cities do not experience

The Obama Administration’s War Against Coal economic impact on the State of West Virginia is well known.  But  has the Obama Administration actually declared war on the entire State of West Virginia?  It certainly seems like it now that the Fish and Wildlife Service has decided to place the “Diamond Darter” on the endangered species