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Bid Protest 101

Below is an introduction to the different processes through which government construction contracts are bid in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, and the legal grounds for challenging contract awards made by state and town agencies.

An Offer You Can’t Refuse

A federal judge, in acknowledging recent trends in Massachusetts case law and the Restatement of Restitution and Unjust Enrichment, allowed a supplier to recover against the general contractor under quasi-contractual theories of unjust enrichment and quantum meruit.

Subcontractor’s Right to Time Extension from General Contractor Given “Teeth” by Massachusetts Judge

Subcontractors who are denied extra time to complete their work in light of project delays they did not cause should be aware of their right to collect damages from the general contractor for breach of the standard “No Damages for Delay” clause included in most large subcontracts.

COMMERCIAL CONSTRUCTION IN NORTH CAROLINA: Late Payments to Subcontractors - is it legal?

Wilmington Construction Law attorney Wesley Scott Jones discusses the rights of Subcontractors to be timely paid on Commercial Construction Projects in North Carolina. Wesley Jones is an attorney practicing in Wilmington, NC (New Hanover County)

RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION CLAIMS IN NORTH CAROLINA

Residential Construction Claims come about within a variety of contexts depending upon who you are in the process. Check out this Blog for the most common residential construction claims in North Carolina.

What Is Preliminary Relief in CA?

Plaintiffs are often confronted with the dilemma of prolonged litigation vis-a-vis losing their business to trademark infringement, competition, etc. Preliminary relief is some instances, along with other litigation tactics, might help such plaintiffs.

It May Make Sense to Get Over It - Mr. Obama Is Not Going To Save Your Home...

Bank controlled mortgage modifications are simply not working as they were intended

BANK OF AMERICA EMPLOYEES TOLD TO LIE

six former employees of Bank of America who explain what they saw behind the scenes while Bank of America was processing loan modification for homeowners allege that that Bank of America routinely denied qualified borrowers an opportunity to modify their loans to more affordable terms .

Kelo and Lingle:Two Landmark Takings Decisions Courtesy of the U.S. Supreme Court

The U.S. Supreme Court's 2004-2005 session produced several important decisions concerning the taking of private property for public use under the Takings Clause of the Fifth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.

Foreclosure lawsuits by Lender now employ an Order to Show Cause

Florida Statute 702.10 was enacted to allow foreclosure Lenders a procedure by which they may attempt to expedite the foreclosure process when they serve the homeowner with a foreclosure lawsuit.

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