Litigation

Kansas City Contractor Indicted for Fraud

January 23, 2017 Construction Company Owner, Kansas City Veteran Indicted in ‘Rent-a-Vet’ Scheme Source: Kansas City infoZine, Staff, January 14, 2017 The former owner of a local construction company and a Kansas City, MO veteran were indicted by a federal … Continued

Contractors Need to Be Aware of All Contract Changes

December 28, 2016 Contractor Wins Claim for Additional Costs After Partial Termination by Government Source: Fox Rothschild LLP, The Federal Government Contracts & Procurement Blog, Nicholas T. Solosky, December 20, 2016 It is common for government contractors to file claims … Continued

Comparing Filing a Claim Versus an REA

December 22, 2016 Should I File a Claim or an REA on my Government Contract? Source: Fox Rothschild LLP, Nicholas T. Solosky, November 2, 2016 Government contractors are frequently faced with the situation where they are owed additional time or … Continued

DBE Programs On Highway Constructions Contracts Ruled Constitutional

December 6, 2016 Perks for Minority-Owned Businesses Upheld Source: Courthouse News Service, Lorraine Bailey, November 7, 2016 The federal program that offers advantages for minority and women-owned businesses on highway construction contracts may disproportionately burden subcontractors, but it is still … Continued

It is Important to Understand Teaming Arrangements Being Proposed

December 1, 2016 Ambiguous Contractor Teaming Agreement Sinks CIO-SP3 Proposal Source: SmallGovCon, Steven Koprince, November 18, 2016 Joint venture partner or subcontractor?  An offeror’s teaming agreement for the CIO-SP3 GWAC wasn’t clear about which tasks would be performed by joint … Continued

Preliminary Injunction Stops Department of Labor Rule

November 28, 2016 Court enjoins DOL Overtime Rule Implementation: December 1 Effective Date – No Longer Valid Source: Piliero Mazza, PM Legal Minute, Nichole Atallah, November 23, 2016 On November 22, just a few days before its December 1 implementation … Continued

Learn These Terms to Protect Your Business

October 18, 2016 The Dotted Line: 5 of the most commonly misinterpreted terms in construction contracts Source: ConstructionDIVE, Kim Slowey, October 4, 2016 People are fallible, and misunderstandings are a part of life. Construction work is no exception. However, when … Continued

Fair Pay and Safe Workspaces Rule Set to Take Effect

October 14, 2016 Contractors Group Files Suit Against ‘Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces’ Source: Government Executive, Charles S. Clark, October 11, 2016 President Obama’s long-controversial Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces rule—set to take effect Oct. 25—is being challenged in district … Continued