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WELCOME TO THE OFFIT KURMAN CONSTRUCTION LAW BLOG

The construction industry is an innovative environment where the only constant is that it changes.  This ever present evolution is one that requires an integrated approach to problem solving and a team that is focused on results.  At Offit Kurman, our goal is to provide practical and efficient solutions to our clients’ problems.  We understand the challenges our clients face because we are business men and women too.  It is this approach that makes us “the perfect legal partner”.

Our Offit Kurman construction team is always looking for ways to add value for our clients, prospective clients, and the industry at large.  Our new construction law blog – www.onkonstructionlaw.com – is part of that effort.  We will post content there on a regular basis, so we invite you to visit the blog for regular industry insight, legal analysis, construction news, and more.  We also encourage you to follow us on Twitter at the handle @onkonstructionlaw, share this information with your friends, and join the conversation by posting comments and tweeting us.

Our construction lawyers are among the most informed and talented in the profession.  They are not just skilled practitioners.  They understand the construction industry and how it works.  The plethora of experience in our staff allows us to represent and advise players of all kinds in the industry.  From sureties and owners to contractors and suppliers, we have a wide range of experience on both public and private projects.  Whatever your needs as it relates to construction, onkonstructionlaw can handle it.

Law for Architects: Foreign Architects Practicing in New York

By Karen Kim, Esq. | August 13, 2018

Why Owners, Contractors and Design Professionals Need a Mass Tort Litigator on Their Team – Part 3

By John Scaldara, Esq | August 6, 2018

Not All Construction Projects are Created Equal When Filing a Mechanic’s Lien

By Brian Loffredo Esq. | August 5, 2018

Why Owners, Contractors and Design Professionals Need a Mass Tort Litigator on Their Team – Part 2

By John Scaldara, Esq | July 27, 2018

New Pennsylvania Construction Notices Directory Falls Short

By Karin Corbett, Esq. | July 26, 2018

Philadelphia’s City Council Passes Construction Tax Bill

By Karin Corbett, Esq. | July 16, 2018

Law for Architects: Forming an Architecture Firm in New York

By Karen Kim, Esq. | July 13, 2018

Pursuing a Maryland Mechanic’s Lien Won’t Preclude Your Right to Arbitration

By Brian Loffredo Esq. | July 5, 2018

BREAKING NEWS: U.S. Supreme Court Protects Pay Checks of Non-Union Government Workers

By Karin Corbett, Esq. | July 2, 2018

New York Court of Appeals Curtails Owners’ Rights to Sue Subcontractors

By Paul Hellegers, Esq. | June 26, 2018

Why Owners, Contractors, and Design Professionals Need a Mass Tort Litigator on Their Team

By John Scaldara, Esq | June 18, 2018

Construction Alert: MD Law Creates Significant New Obligations for Contractors in Maryland

By Brian Loffredo Esq. | June 5, 2018

Construction Companies Beware: The Rules of Hiring Have Changed In Some Places

By Joshua Quinter, Esq. | May 23, 2018

Construction Attorney Josh Quinter to Deliver Presentations at MBCEA National Conference

By Joshua Quinter, Esq. | May 1, 2018

Offit Kurman Attorney Kevin B. Watson Represents Plaintiffs in $3.6 Million Construction Lawsuit Verdict

By Offit Kurman | March 26, 2018

Pennsylvania Superior Court Holds that Majority Members of Limited Liability Company Owe Fiduciary Duty to Minority Members

By Karin Corbett, Esq. | February 19, 2018

Offit Kurman’s Construction Group Wishes Best of Luck to the Philadelphia Eagles in the Super Bowl

By Kathryn Pettit, Esq. | January 31, 2018

2018 Construction Growth Forecast Looking Up

By Nathan Fox, Esq. | December 19, 2017

Are Your Construction Workers Properly Classified as Independent Contractors?

By Karin Corbett, Esq. | December 13, 2017

Superior Court of PA Recently Affirmed Montgomery County Trial Court’s Award of CASPA Damages

By Kathryn Pettit, Esq. | December 5, 2017

Know the Facts About OSHA’s New Silica Standards

By Adam Brownstein, Esq. | December 3, 2017

Change To The Playing Field On Right-To-Work Law

By Kevin Fasic, Esq. | November 10, 2017

A Quick Synopsis of the Payment Clause in the New A101-2017

By Joshua Quinter, Esq. | November 1, 2017

NYC Implements Mandatory Construction Safety Requirements

By Kevin Watson, Esq. | October 26, 2017

Don’t Let A Mechanic’s Lien Waiver Kill Your Claim for Payment

By Brian Loffredo Esq. | October 20, 2017

Getting Paid When You Do Not Have A Signed Change Order

By Nathan Fox, Esq. | October 11, 2017

Abuse of Construction Workers One More Reason Qatar Should Not Host the World Cup in 2022

By Joshua Quinter, Esq. | October 6, 2017

OSHA Delays New Electronic Reporting Requirement

By Joshua Quinter, Esq. | September 28, 2017

Pennsylvania Mechanics Lien Amendment Mandates New Lien Notice Procedures

By Kathryn Pettit, Esq. | September 21, 2017

AIA Updates Their Construction Contract Documents

By Joshua Quinter, Esq. | September 14, 2017

Never Forget

By Joshua Quinter, Esq. | September 11, 2017

The Phantom Additional Insured

By Joshua Quinter, Esq. | August 24, 2017

OSHA Delays Enforcement of the New Silica Standards for 90 Days

By Karin Corbett, Esq. | May 10, 2017

If It Quacks Like a Duck …

By Joshua Quinter, Esq. | March 20, 2017

PennDOT Awards $9.3 Million In Grant Money to Complete 13 Bicycle and Pedestrian Infrastructure Projects in the Greater Philadelphia Area

By Karin Corbett, Esq. | March 6, 2017

Five Key Construction Contract Clauses

By Joshua Quinter, Esq. | February 15, 2017

Welcome To The Offit Kurman Construction Law Blog

By Joshua Quinter, Esq. | February 14, 2017

Construction Alert: Changes To Maryland Law To Affect All MD Home Improvement Contractors

By Brian Loffredo Esq. | May 22, 2016

Be Careful When Signing Partial Lien Wavers

By Brian Loffredo Esq. | July 11, 2014

Compliance with Maryland Home Improvement Laws

By Brian Loffredo Esq. | September 23, 2013

 

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