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December 2012
What Is a "Legal Hold," How Does It Differ From a Records Retention Policy and Why Is It Important?

September 2012
What are some practical, real world things to consider about your records retention policy?

July 2012
Why Is It Prudent to Have a Records Retention Policy?

March 2012
Where Did That Document Go?

April 2011
General Contractor Liable For Jobsite Harassment

March 2011
Stimulus Act Projects Require Strict Adherence to Rules

November 2009
You Need to Understand the Fair Labor Standards Act Part 5 - Protect Yourself

August 2009
You Need to Understand the Fair Labor Standards Act Part 4 - Enforcing the FLSA

June 2009
You Need to Understand the Fair Labor Standards Act Part 3 - Are You a Joint Employer?

May 2009
You Need to Understand the Fair Labor Standards Act Part 2 - What Is "Work" Under The FLSA?

March 2009
You Need to Understand the Fair Labor Standards Act Part 1 - The Basics

November 2008
Federal Government Contractors Must Use E-Verify effective January 15, 2009

August 2008
Bricks In The Wall - Volume 2 Issue 4, June 2008: It Pays to be Indemnified

July 2008
Bricks In The Wall - Volume 2 Issue 3, June 2008: Changes to Tennessee Lien Law Statute Effective July 1, 2008

June 2008
Bricks In The Wall - Volume 2 Issue 2: E-Verify Required for All Federal Contractors - Part of the Plan

April 2008
Bricks in the Wall - Volume 2 Issue 1: Is Your Liquidated Damages Clause Valid?

October 2007
Bricks in the Wall – Volume I, Issue 5: Your Contractor Delayed Completion of the Project: What Next?

July 2007
Bricks in the Wall - Volume I, Issue 4: Changes to Tennessee Lien Law Statute

May 2007
Bricks in the Wall - Volume I, Issue 3: Don't Just Kick A Contractor Off The Project

March 2007
Bricks in the Wall - Volume I, Issue 2: Get a Change Order

January 2007
Bricks in the Wall - Volume I, Issue 1: Giving Proper Notice

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