[Audio] AF COVID-19 PODCAST: Can Construction Projects Move Forward?

Stay at home orders. Social distancing measures. We talked with Mark Bloom and Andrew Ross about the impact state and local orders are having on the construction industry. The top question on everyone's mind: can projects move forward right now?...By: Arent Fox
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Arent Fox | Mar 31,2020 |

UK Competition Law 2020

On 27 February 2020, Skadden antitrust/competition partner Bill Batchelor chaired an InformaConnect conference in London exploring evolving Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) enforcement practices, concurrent regulation, the implications of...By: Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP
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Governor of Massachusetts Orders Closure of All Non-Essential Businesses: What Office Landlords Should Know

On March 23, 2020, Governor Charlie Baker of Massachusetts issued COVID-19 Order No. 13 (the “Order”) requiring all businesses and organizations in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts that do not provide “COVID-19 Essential Services” (“Essential...By: Mintz - Real Estate, Construction &
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Take Note of Cuomo's Suspension of Statute of Limitations

M&A update – Sellers and buyers who have completed transactions within the past several years should take note of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s Executive Order 202.8, tolling the statutes of limitations for all claims through April 19....By: BakerHostetler
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BakerHostetler | Mar 31,2020 |

Wyoming Governor Signs Law Allowing Retiring Fossil Plants to Be Replaced with Small Modular Nuclear Reactors

On March 13, 2020, Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon signed House Bill 74 (HB 74) into law. After the Governor signed HB 74, it became House Enrolled Act 60....By: Pillsbury - Gravel2Gavel Construction & Real
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Guidance for Owners and Contractors with Construction Projects in Oregon in Light of the Statewide “Stay Home” Order

On March 23, 2020, Oregon Governor Kate Brown issued Executive Order No. 20-12 directing Oregonians to “Stay Home, Save Lives.” Unlike “stay home” orders in some other states—which prohibit the operation of all business unless specifically...By: Stoel Rives - Ahead of Schedule
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Energy Newsletter - March 2020

Disrupting the Disruptor: How a Prepared and Proactive Owner Can Mitigate the Effects of Coronavirus on Construction Projects - Once a remote health issue in China, the rapidly spreading coronavirus (COVID-19) has become not only a global health...By: King & Spalding
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King & Spalding | Mar 31,2020 |

COVID-19 – Issues Affecting Performance Of Contractual Obligations In Construction Contracts Governed By English Law

The COVID-19 crisis has set in train a cascade of events that will impede, delay or prevent performance of many contracts in the coming months. Businesses are likely to face pressure from many directions: shortages of materials, shortages of staff,...By: Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan, LLP
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COVID-19: What are the “Safer at Home” Orders?

California and the City of Los Angeles issued “safer at home” orders which have significantly impacted businesses and workers. The California order (Executive Order N-33-20) was issued March 19, 2020 and stays in effect until further notice. The Los...By: Lewitt Hackman
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Lewitt Hackman | Mar 30,2020 |

Sustainable Development and Land Use Update - March 2020 #3

What California developers need to know about permit deadlines and extensions during COVID-19 disruption -  Allen Matkins – March 26 - The rapid spread of COVID-19 has disrupted development across California and, with no end in sight, existing...By: Allen Matkins
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Allen Matkins | Mar 30,2020 |
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