August Issue 2006

 


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August 2006
Two recent cases highlight the harm caused by “no damages for delay” clauses. Both are well-reasoned decisions from Maryland that survey the law from many states. READ MORE
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August 2006
Since the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has the power to fine and even shut down businesses for safety violations, many employers fear inspections. READ MORE
August 2006
At the heart of any photovoltaic (PV) system is the inverter, also referred to as the power conversion unit (PCU) or power conversion system (PCS). READ MORE
August 2006
There are a limited number and amount of chemicals that electricians use to perform their work. Wire lubricants, contact cleaners, etc., are used in sparing quantities. READ MORE
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August 2006
In June, 2006, Hawaii Governor Linda Lingle signed three bills in an ambitious renewable energy package. READ MORE

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