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28Mar, 2019

Withdrawal Liability—A Big Problem for Unionized Employers

By |March 28th, 2019|Categories: Collective Bargaining Agreement, Construction Contractor Advisor, Withdrawal Liability|0 Comments

Employers that are subject to a collective bargaining unit often are required to make contributions to a defined benefit pension plan sponsored by a union.  If the employer and the union part ways, the employer may be subject to withdrawal liability--even if the company has made all of its pension [...]

19Mar, 2019

Construction Liens—What Do You Have to Include in the Lien?

By |March 19th, 2019|Categories: Construction Contractor Advisor, Construction Lien|0 Comments

The information that you must include in a Nebraska construction lien is pretty straightforward.  A construction lien must include the following: The real estate subject to the lien; The name of the person against whose interest in the real estate a lien is claimed; The name and address of the [...]

14Mar, 2019

Getting Paid for Your Work

By |March 14th, 2019|Categories: Construction Contractor Advisor, Construction Contracts, Pay-if-Paid|0 Comments

I’ve reviewed three construction contracts this week and all three of them contained a pay-if-paid clause.  Are you signing contracts with pay-if-paid clauses? Here are some suggestions to minimize your risk with pay-if-paid clauses. What is a pay-if-paid clause? Pay-if paid clauses eliminate the general contractor’s obligation to pay subcontractors [...]

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