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Energy Newsletter - December 2017
Thursday Dec 14,2017

Environmental Citizen Suits—A Growing Trend Under the Trump Administration - In his first year in office, President Trump has begun to deliver on his campaign promise of rolling back environmental regulations—from the waters of the United States...
By: King & Spalding 

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Federal District Court in Virginia Holds That Prime Contractor’s Payment Bond Surety Cannot Rely on No-Damages-For-Delay Clause in Subcontract to Limit Liability to Subcontractor Under Miller Act
Thursday Dec 14,2017

United States v. John C. Grimberg Co., Case No. 1:16-cv-991, 2017 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 173362 (E.D. Virginia, October 19, 2017) - John C. Grimberg (“Prime Contractor”) was awarded a contract (the “Prime Contract”) to design and complete certain...
By: Pepper Hamilton LLP 

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New Source Review/Clean Air Act: December 7th U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Memorandum Addressing Actual-to-Projected-Actual Applicability Test
Thursday Dec 14,2017

The United States Environmental Protection Agency (“EPA”) Administrator E. Scott Pruitt issued a December 7th guidance memorandum titled: New Source Review Preconstruction Permitting Requirements: Enforceability and Use of the...
By: Mitchell, Williams, Selig, Gates & Woodyard, 

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Miami-Dade County Adopts New P3 Legislation
Thursday Dec 14,2017

We previously wrote about Miami-Dade County’s proposed new P3 legislation, both when it was initially proposed, and prior to it being considered by the subcommittee of jurisdiction, the Government Operations Committee....
By: Bilzin Sumberg 

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How to Manage Offsite Issues on a Construction Project
Thursday Dec 14,2017

Large projects tend to generate complaints from neighboring residents and businesses during construction. How a contractor deals with those complaints can be critical to a project’s overall success. Concerns can vary from minor noise complaints to...
By: Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP 

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Certificate Of Merit Not Required In Litigation Seeking Damages Where No Licensed Or Registered Professionals Identified
Thursday Dec 14,2017

In the case of CH2M Hill Engineers, Inc. v. Springer, et al., the Court of Appeals of Texas, Ninth District, sitting in Beaumont, decided an interlocutory appeals brought by the Appellant CH2M Hill Engineers, Inc. The Court of Appeals concluded that...
By: Pillsbury - Gravel2Gavel Construction & Real 

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West Virginia, Tightening the Belt, and Growth - Financing Public Improvements in Lean Budget Times
Wednesday Dec 13,2017

Since 2008, many state and local governments around the country have faced budget challenges. As lawmakers struggle to produce balanced budgets in the face of declining revenues, investment in public improvements, such as schools, transportation,...
By: Spilman Thomas & Battle, PLLC 

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Say My Name, Say My Name: Appealing Neighbors Must Name the Permit Applicant
Wednesday Dec 13,2017

A partner of mine in New York used to say, “Few things can’t be undone in litigation.” I didn’t agree. A recently-decided case, following on less-recently-decided authority, from the North Carolina Court of Appeals reveals one such thing that “can’t...
By: Womble Bond Dickinson 

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