Monthly Archives: May 2015
The Pennsylvania Convention Center Authority recently filed a federal civil lawsuit against Metropolitan Regional Council of Carpenters, one of the two unions barred from working at the property, after failing to sign a new, more exhibitor-friendly customer satisfaction agreement. The lawsuit also names individual members of the Carpenters’ union.
Continue Reading Pennsylvania Convention Center Authority files RICO claim against Metropolitan Regional Council of Carpenters...
Tags: carpenters, Pennsylvania Convention Center, RICO, union
OSHA CeritifcationsOSHA CeritifcationsAs part of the reaction to the tragic loss of life when a demolition contractor caused a building collapse at 22nd and Market Streets approximately 2 years ago, Philadelphia City Council passed a new city ordinance imposing licensure requirements for demolition contractors. That law, which was signed by Mayor Nutter, also imposed a new training requirement for some contractors to obtain and keep their contractor’s license.
Continue Reading New Philadelphia City Ordinance Requires Contractors To Have OSHA 30 Hour or OSHA 10 Hour Certificate To Get License...
Tags: licenses, OSHA Ceritifcations, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia
On behalf of Kaplin Stewart Meloff Reiter & Stein, P.C. posted in
Development on May 8, 2015.
Hunterdon County Superior Court Judge Paul Armstrong has invalidated Readington Township’s taking of the property that is Solberg-Hunterdon Airport and ordered the Township to pay attorney and expert fees, citing “manifest abuse of the power of eminent domain.”
Continue Reading Bad Faith Land Taking: New Jersey Superior Court Judge Slams New Jersey’s Readington Township and Awards Attorney and Expert’s Fees to Landowner...
Tags: land development, Readington Township, Solberg Aviation, Taking