By Ted Bumgardner (Introduction by David C. Cardone, Esq.) The author of the article below, Ted Bumgardner, has over 40 years of construction management and construction litigation experience.  He has been involved in more than 700 construction disputes as an expert witness.  As an attorney involved in real estate and construction law in Southern California…

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Say Goodbye to Mandatory Arbitration for Sexual Harassment Claims

The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (“the IIJA” or “the Act”) was signed into law on November 15, 2021. Among other things, this historic legislation designated $550 billion to be invested in infrastructure over the next five years, a large portion of which is allocated to repairing and rebuilding America’s transportation infrastructure. Nearly $110 billion…

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California Legislature Passes New Covid Sick Leave Law
Governor Newsom Ends Indoor Mask Mandate for the Vaccinated

The great philosopher Arnold Palmer said: “The road to success is always under construction.” This has never been more true than in this unpredictable era of pandemic impacts, climate change and economic uncertainty. Given all this uncertainty, contractors need to keep an eye on new laws affecting private and public projects and the construction industry…

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CA Supreme Court Lowers Threshold for Employees to Prove Allegations of Whistleblower Retaliation

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