Tag Archives: Standards

Coming Soon To a Major City Near You — Building Energy Efficiency Standards

Members of the New York City Council have introduced a proposal to impose mandatory building energy efficiency standards.  The standards, which vary by building type and use, would apply to buildings greater than 25,000 square feet, though rent-regulated buildings would … Continue reading

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Un-Belize-Able! FTC Setting New Standards in Sanctuary Belize

On November 8, 2018, the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) held a press conference to announce a lawsuit against what it claims is the largest real estate scam the FTC has ever encountered. According to the FTC Complaint, through false claims … Continue reading

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Contractor Perils For Not Meeting SBA Small Business Size Standards and NAICS Size Standard Appeals

What are Small Business Size Standards?  A small business size standard in government contracting is stated by either the number of employees or average annual receipts. The limitations and legal standards articulate the largest size that your small business (including … Continue reading

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Northwestern Releases Technology Standards and Standard Setting Organizations Databases and Congratulations to Dr. Roya Ghafele!

Northwestern University, Pritzker Law School, has released three databases on technology standards and standard setting organizations.  The announcement states: The Searle Center on Law, Regulation, and Economic Growth is pleased to announce the release of three important databases on Technology … Continue reading

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Changes in Emergency Room Care Malpractice Standards

There are changes in the laws that cover malpractice in the healthcare industry. These changes are said that it may not produce financial savings via a decrease in defensive medicine. This is based on a fresh recent research. Learning the … Continue reading

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