You can’t go to a single news outlet without reading about the effects of the current federal government shutdown, including this one. 

A NAFTA panel has rejected American claims that Canadian lumber imports threaten producers in the United States.

This article contains construction defect litigation news and updates from Pagel, Davis & Hill, P.C.

The FMCSA has withdrawn a proposed rule first announced in December 2007, which would have required new entry-level driver training standards for individuals applying for a commercial driver's license (CDL).

A Lawrence based roofing company has been cited by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration after a worker fell off a roof during a construction project.

This is a public letter from the membership of SBCA to the American Lumber Standards Committee (“ALSC”), the American Wood Council (“AWC”), the National Association of Home Builders (“NAHB”), the Southern Forest Products Association (“SFPA”) and the International Code Council (“ICC”) and their collective members.

Employers who simply assume that their insured plan complies with all the PPACA requirements, or who assume that their self-funded plan already complies, could find themselves in a sticky (and costly) situation if an audit reveals they have failed to comply. 

SBCA Executive Director, Kirk Grundahl will give an update on SBCA’s Fall Protection program as it relates to the most current OSHA guidelines.

Here is a "top-10" list of issues (both ACA and non-ACA) that employers should be considering now in relation to their health care plans. 

However, firefighters are still advocating for the sprinkler rule, and in localities around the country, the debate goes on.