Blog Post
By Gregory M. Boucher

A recent decision from the United States District Court for Massachusetts held a contractor and its owner personally liable for failing to pay a subcontractor and held that the contractor was liable for millions in damages to the owner resulting from owner’s termination of the contractor for cause. See BRT Mgmt. LLC v. Malden Storage, LLC, No. CV 17-10005-FDS, 2021 WL 4133298 (D. Mass. Sept. 10, 2021).

Blog Post
By James Rohlfing

The construction industry is confronting new post-COVID challenges – construction materials shortages, extreme material price increases and supply chain disruptions, all of which are exacerbated by economic uncertainty.

Blog Post
By Kevin M. Levy

Unlicensed contractors in Georgia recently were dealt a blow by the state's Court of Appeals when three judges held that a contractor's failure to possess a valid state contractor's license precluded the contractor from bringing a lawsuit for unpaid fees. In Fleetwood v. Lucas, __ S.E.2d __, 2020 WL 1149734 (Ga. Ct. App. March 10, 2020), a panel of judges ruled against a contractor, who completed extensive repair and renovation work on two properties, because the contractor was not properly licensed by the state government.