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  • Blog: BuildSmartAfghanistan Withdrawal: The Government Contractor’s Guide to Terminations for ConveniencePosted on August 20, 2021 by Aron C. Beezley and Sarah Sutton Osborne
    With the United States’ recent withdrawal from Afghanistan, it is only a matter of time before the government begins terminating certain federal contracts for the convenience of the government. Accordingly, government contractors need to know their rights and obligations so that they can be best positioned if one or more of their contracts are terminated....Continue Reading
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  • Blog: Real Estate Law BlogPublic Health ‘Trumps’ Commercial Losses – B.C. Supreme Court Rules in Favour of Landlords in a COVID-19 Related TerminationPosted on May 28, 2021 by Thomas D. Boyd, Natasha Sanders
    Commercial landlords have, in the past year and a half, dealt with many novel issues in relation to COVID-19, often on an emergency basis. Few landlords have had to deal with both public health order violations and gang crime relating to the same tenant, as in a recent decision of the B.C. Supreme Court, Ivy Lounge West Georgia Limited Partnership v. TA F&B Limited Partnership,
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  • Blog: Infrastructure Law BlogBudget Trailer Bill 502 would expand DIR fines and agency notice requirementsPosted on May 8, 2017 by Shitel Chanana
    On March 17, 2017, the Department of Industrial Relations (DIR) submitted Budget Trailer Bill 502. Budget Trailer Bill 502 would provide changes to the existing contractor registration requirements, as well as changes to the requirement for agencies to provide the DIR with notice of pending public works projects, as initially required by SB 854. SB... The post Budget Trailer Bill 502 would expand DIR fines and agency notice requirements appeared first on Infrastructure Law Blog. Continue Reading
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