June 2020

New York to Require Contractors to Pay Prevailing Wages on Certain Private Projects

Stephen Rosemarino and Chad Caplan were recently featured in the New York State Bar Association (NYSBA) Journal. Please visit the link below to read the full article.

April 2020

Making the Construction Arbitration Hearing More Efficient: Lessons Learned from International Arbitration

Featured in Vol. 65 Dispute Resolution Journal 104 (May-Oct 2020).

State Legislatures Considering Bills to Extend Business Interruption Coverage for Coronavirus Losses

Four More States Introduce Bills to Extend Coverage Under Business Interruption Insurance Policies, Bringing the Total Number of States Considering Such Action to  at Least Eight   Legislators in New York, Pennsylvania, Louisiana and South Carolina have …

March 2020

How to Handle a Bankruptcy Filing By an Owner or Subcontractor

Given the coming economic turbulence stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic, general contractors should be prepared with a plan of action in case a project owner or subcontractor files a bankruptcy petition. This article discusses two issues in that regard wh…

Mitigate Project Impacts Due To Coronavirus (COVID-19)

This publication was featured the in New England Real Estate Journal on 5/15/20. Click here to view.With the outbreak of, continued escalation of and unknowns with respect to the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), the construction industry must anticipate …

The Coronavirus (COVID-19) Quarantine as a Force Majeure Event

Quarantines stemming from the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) are resulting in disruption in the supply chain for manufacturing, storing, transporting, and importing construction materials and construction equipment. Do such quarantines constitute ground…