Common Sense Contract Law
- October 17, 2016
News & Announcements
In the most recent issue of Common Sense Contracting we look at recent changes to OSHA fines and the Department of Justice's approach to OSHA violations. While the industry as a whole has dramatically improved work site safety, accidents and injuries still happen. Injuries that are tied to OSHA violations are now much more expensive and may result in criminal sanctions.
- CONSTRUCTION LAW NEWS: California Court of Appeal Confirms the Power of Subcontractors' Bid Conditions
In our most recent edition of California Law Notes, San Francisco partner, Dan McLennon discusses the recent California Court of Appeals decision in Flintco Pacific, Inc. v. TEC Management Consultants, Inc. which confirms that general contractors who ignore subcontractors’ bid conditions may do so at their peril. In this case, Flintco lost over $325,000 because it failed to take into consideration conditions that TEC had placed on its bid proposal. Click here to read the full article.October 20, 2016
Seminars & Events
- MBA Legal Education Series - Basic Commercial Prime Contract Workshop - November 2, 2016 - San Rafael, CA
Daniel F. McLennon will present a Basic Commercial Prime Contract Workshop for the Marin Builders Association on November 2, 2016, in San Rafael, California.