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Federal Contractors’ Guide to Small Business Administration Set-Aside Contracts, Size Standards, Size Protests, and Affiliation

Please see the following link for Fox Rothschild LLP’s Federal Contractors’ Guide to Small Business Administration Set-Aside Contracts, Size Standards, Size Protests, and Affiliation.  http://www.foxrothschild.com/douglas-p-hibshman/publications/federal-contractors-guide-to-small-business-administration-set-aside-contracts-size-standards-size-protests-and-affiliation/ The federal government sets aside a significant portion of its procurement dollars each year for purchasing … Continue reading

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Contractors Need Not Wait To Pursue Delay Claims

Do contractors need to wait for a project to be complete to file a delay claim? The answer is a resounding NO! There is no reason for a contractor to finance a government-caused delay for any longer than absolutely necessary. … Continue reading

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The Pros and Cons of Using Independent Contractors

When your client decides to use independent contractors instead of employees, you need to go over the advantages and disadvantages of choosing the independent contractor route. Before getting into the pros and cons of independent contractors, listen to your client’s … Continue reading

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Capture the (union’s) flag – Building contractors stuck between a rock and a hardhat regarding the display of building association insignia on building sites

The Australian Building and Construction Commission (ABCC) has recently released further guidance material in relation to its interpretation of, and likely enforcement approach towards, the freedom of association provision within the Building Code 2013 (Code 2013) and Code for Tendering … Continue reading

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Is New Code Section 199A Really Going to Turn Us All Into Independent Contractors? (New Paper on SSRN)

By: Diane Ring Shu-Yi and I started a blog post on new Section 199A that morphed into a seven-page essay that ultimately found its proper home on SSRN. Here is the abstract: Is New Code Section 199A Really Going to Turn … Continue reading

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