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The Imperative of Understanding Contractual Obligations for Small Business Owners

The Imperative of Understanding Contractual Obligations for Small Business Owners

Posted May 12, 2024 in Construction & Public Contracting

In the dynamic world of entrepreneurship, where every decision can shape the trajectory of a business, understanding contractual obligations is paramount for the survival of small businesses. Contracts form the backbone of commercial relationships, dictating rights, responsibilities, and potential liabilities of all parties. Yet, many small business owners underestimate the importance of comprehending the intricacies […]

Nick Sullivan Writes About the New Jersey Prompt Payment Act

Nick Sullivan Writes About the New Jersey Prompt Payment Act

Posted April 28, 2024 in Construction & Public Contracting

Nicholas Sullivan‘s article “Claims Against Licensed Professionals: Obtain an Affidavit of Merit or Risk Being Left Holding the Bill” was featured in the April 2024 edition of Utility & Transportation Contractor, the official publication of the Utility and Transportation Contractors Association of New Jersey. The article delves into the interpretation of the New Jersey Prompt […]

The Shield for New Jersey Home Improvement Contractors—The Written Agreement

The Shield for New Jersey Home Improvement Contractors—The Written Agreement

Posted March 2, 2024 in Construction & Public Contracting

New Jersey maintains some of the most robust consumer protection laws in the United States. Part of those consumer protection laws require that certain home improvement agreements be reduced to writing between the parties. Failure to have a written agreement could place you in the unfortunate position of facing a lawsuit for violation of the […]

Adrienne L. Isacoff Speaks at Women in Construction Webinar

Adrienne L. Isacoff Speaks at Women in Construction Webinar

Posted April 17, 2023 in Construction & Public Contracting, News

On Friday, April 21st, Adrienne L. Isacoff will speak at the Bergen County Bar Association webinar, WOMEN IN CONSTRUCTION: The Benefits and Challenges for Women Contractors and Professionals. Isacoff, Of Counsel with Florio Perrucci Steinhardt Cappelli, Tipton & Taylor, will be joined by Danielle E. Cohen, Esq. These two women have worked as attorneys and […]

Amendments to the Prevailing Wage Act: The Impact of Public Bidding

Amendments to the Prevailing Wage Act: The Impact of Public Bidding

Posted December 15, 2022 in Construction & Public Contracting, News

Adrienne L. Isacoff, Of Counsel to the firm and Co-Chair of its Construction Law Section, was recently published in New Jersey State Bar Association’s Construction Law Section Newsletter. Her article, Amendments to the Prevailing Wage Act: The Impact of Public Bidding, discusses new legislation that clears up confusion when bidders do not specify the payment […]

Stop Work Orders on Public Projects Serve as a Warning to Public Entities and Contractors

Stop Work Orders on Public Projects Serve as a Warning to Public Entities and Contractors

Posted October 27, 2022 in Construction & Public Contracting, Education & School Law

In early October, the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development (NJDOL) stopped work on the construction of an elementary school in Dunellen and a high school in Belleville.  These recent shutdowns follow similar stop work orders that were issued by the NJDOL back in August on an elementary school project in Edison and […]

Should Contractors Operate Separate Entities?

Should Contractors Operate Separate Entities?

Posted August 24, 2022 in Construction & Public Contracting

Nicholas Sullivan was published in the August 2022 edition of Utility & Transportation Contractor – the official publication of the Utility and Transportation Contractors Association of New Jersey. The title of Nick’s article is A Tale of Two Entities: Maintaining Separate and Distinct Entities. The article discusses the common occurrence of a single contractor owning […]

Adrienne L. Isacoff Speaks at the 2022 Construction Law Forum

Adrienne L. Isacoff Speaks at the 2022 Construction Law Forum

Posted June 13, 2022 in Construction & Public Contracting, News

On June 28, Adrienne L. Isacoff, Esq., Co-Chair of the Construction & Public Contracting Law Practice at Florio Perrucci Steinhardt Cappelli Tipton & Taylor LLC, will be a panelist at NJICLE’s 2022 Construction Law Forum. Isacoff will discuss Ethical Issues in Construction Law Mediation. Presented in cooperation with the New Jersey State Bar Association’s Construction […]

Nicholas Sullivan Published in Utility & Transportation Contractor Magazine

Nicholas Sullivan Published in Utility & Transportation Contractor Magazine

Posted May 19, 2022 in Construction & Public Contracting, News

Nicholas Sullivan was published in the April 2022 edition of Utility & Transportation Contractor. This is the official publication of the Utility and Transportation Contractors Association of New Jersey. The title of Nick’s article is Retention of Design-Build Plans: The Answer is in the Agreement. The article discusses a recent lawsuit where there was a […]

Adrienne L. Isacoff to Discuss Public Bidding and Bond Issues

Adrienne L. Isacoff to Discuss Public Bidding and Bond Issues

Posted April 20, 2022 in Construction & Public Contracting, News

On April 21, Adrienne L. Isacoff, Esq., Co-Chair of the Construction & Public Contracting Law Practice at Florio Perrucci Steinhardt Cappelli Tipton & Taylor LLC, will be a panelist at NJICLE’s Building Blocks for Handling Construction Law Cases program. Isacoff will discuss public bidding and bond issues. This course has been developed by some of […]

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