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CLSM Quarterly Summer 2017: A New Bankruptcy Court Decision Provides Guidance on Drafting Trust Clauses  in Construction Documents in Virginia

CLSM Quarterly Summer 2017: A Short Survey of Existing CUF Regulation in the
DC Metro and Mid-Atlantic Region

CLSM Quarterly Spring 2017: A Pro-Claimant Mechanic's Lien Case from the Virginia Supreme Court

CLSM Quarterly Spring 2017: Be Wary of Jargon in Contract Documents

CLSM Quarterly Winter 2017: Commercially Useful Function Regulations for Suppliers on Maryland Projects

CLSM Quarterly Winter 2017: New Guidance from the Courts on Using Contractual Terms to Control Exposure to Miller Act Bond Claims

CLSM Quarterly Winter 2017: Consequences of Hiring an Unlicensed Subcontractor

CLSM Quarterly Fall 2016: Repeal and Replacement of Virginia DBE Regulations

CLSM Quarterly Fall 2016: Upcoming Change to Pennsylvania’s Mechanic’s Lien Law

CLSM Quarterly Fall 2016: Licensing in the District of Columbia

U.S. Supreme Court Decision Affecting DBEs

CLSM Quarterly Summer 2016:Disadvantage Business Enterprise Participation in the District of Columbia

CLSM Quarterly Summer 2016: Did Collecting on Bond Claims When a Contractor Goes Bankrupt Just Get More Complicated?

CLSM Quarterly Spring 2016: Is it possible to be a DBE Supplier?

CLSM Quarterly Spring 2016: Collect Your Material Costs in Bankruptcy Using 503(b)(9) Claims

CLSM Quarterly Spring 2016: Avoid Penalties by Knowing Maryland’s Contractor Licensing Rules

CLSM Quarterly Winter 2016: Do Commercially Useful Function Requirements Apply to County School Construction in Maryland?

CLSM Quarterly Winter 2016: Using Contractual Trust Fund Clauses to Prevent Losses in Bankruptcy

CLSM Quarterly Winter 2016: Working Without a License in Virginia? Beware!

 

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