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1: Passing the Puck in Construction Contracts
It has been said that general contractors are mere "brokers of construction services." No matter the construction delivery method, subcontractors will inevitably perform a significant portion of the construction project.
2: Medicaid Takes The Spotlight In DOJ Stark Law Case
Physicians rarely enter into a referral relationship involving Medicare patients without first considering the Stark law. Until recently, the government's enforcement efforts largely ignored Medicaid. Now, Medicaid is in the spotlight.
3: Dividing Health Insurance
Las Vegas divorce attorney Stacy Rocheleau discusses how health insurance is impacted with a divorce. Stacy reviews a spouse's health care options and how the family law court can be involved.
4: Seven Judgment Success Predictors
What helps to predict the chance that a judgment might be recovered?
5: Seven Ways To Fix Slow Courts
The more work the courts get done, the more money the courts get paid. Any of these suggestions will likely need changes at the legislative level.
6: What Must Contractors Pay Subcontractors?
Ohio courts are taking a strict stance on when contractors must pay subcontractors. Two common methods for dictating the payment of subcontractors are "pay-when-paid" and "pay-if-paid" clauses.
7: A Case Study In Construction Law
A case study in the homebuilding business in Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky that examines the perils of constructing homes on steep hillsides and fill sites and the resulting litigation.
8: The Benefits of a Construction Manager At Risk
truction Manager At Risk is an alternative project delivery method embraced by both public and private sector owners. Over the last two years, it has gradually gained traction in the commercial construction market.
9: Unemployment Hearings Require Careful Preparation
Unemployment hearings are the employer's only real opportunity to present its witnesses and exhibits. The best plan for a good result is to be prepared.
10: IPD Update: Choosing The Right Team
Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) is founded on the premise that deep collaboration will result in optimal performance by all. While the concept of IPD is widely spread, understanding is less common, and actual experience is in its infancy.