A recent Georgia Court of Appeals case established a rule concerning the effect of an unlicensed contractor failing to disclose that he is unlicensed. In
As a result of the Coronavirus pandemic, Notice 2020-41 extends the beginning-of-construction rule for renewable energy tax benefits under sections 45 and 48. Specifically, the
On March 2, 2020, by a unanimous vote, the House passed HB 968. This Bill seeks to clarify which civil actions are subject to Code
Construction Warranties and the Statute of Repose – Southern States Chemical, Inc v. Tampa Tank & Welding Inc.
Construction Warranties and the Statute of Repose: Southern States Chemical, Inc v. Tampa Tank & Welding Inc. By David R. Cook and Jason M. Gropper
In 2016, plaintiffs alleged an anonymous hacker stole personally identifiable information of at least 200,000 patients from an orthopedic clinic. The hacker demanded a ransom,
David Cook will be speaking at the upcoming 8th Annual Construction Law & Government Contracting Seminar. The Seminar will be held on October 8 –
In prior blog posts, we addressed Georgia’s anti-indemnity statute. One of the posts addressed the statute in the context of an electric utility easement near
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