Two Savannah homeowners filed a complaint against a local air conditioning contractor and its insurer, asserting claims of professional negligence and fraud. The couple alleged… Read More »Savannah homeowners win sizable judgment in mold case against HVAC contractor
False Claims Act
This post was written by Chadd Reynolds and David Cook. Like many states, Georgia has enacted a False Claims Act, which is an important piece… Read More »False Claims Act Lawsuit By Private Party Requires Governmental Approval
Building Profits — the magazine for the Construction Financial Management Association — recently published an article written by AHC Attorney David Cook . Read the False Claims Act: What CFMs Need to Know. Read More »The False Claims Act: What Construction Financial Managers Need to Know
AHC attorney David Cook authored an article on the False Claims Act that will appear in the next edition of Building Profits, the magazine of the Construction Financial Management Association. The article identifies many risks arising from the False Claims Act, and specifically discusses those that impact construction financial managers and accountants. Read More »False Claims Act for Construction Financial Managers and Accountants
New York’s Attorney General is seeking to hold the owner of a construction firm criminally responsible for failing to pay proper wages on a public job. The owner faces multiple felony counts of grand larceny and money laundering arising from alleged wage law violations. Read More »Criminal Liability for Wage Law Violations?
This guest post links to a presentation developed by Accounting, Economics & Appraisal Group, LLC. Click here to view the presentation. Read More »Guest Post: Top Ten Things Contractors Need to Know About Fraud
The Georgia General Assembly recently enacted the Georgia Taxpayer Protection False Claims Act (the “Act”) to combat fraud and false claims directed to the state and local governmental funds.Read More »Georgia Enacts a State False Claims Act