August Issue 2006

 


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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.

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| August 2006
Progress toward a more reliable and efficient national power grid began at the University of Arkansas as construction began on the College of Engineering’s National Center for

| August 2006
The Federal Reserve Board has a new chairman, new housing construction is slowing, the new bankruptcy law makes it difficult to avoid creditors and unemployment levels seem to

| 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.

| August 2006
Electrical estimating is a tough, involved subject to teach and a very hard subject to learn. This is not a class they teach in high school or in most colleges, if any.

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