FindLaw's analysis of the CTR Exemptions Rule, how it applies to financial institutions, and how it can reduce burdens on the industry if used properly.
FindLaw's overview of the federal contracting process as set forth in the Federal Acquisition Regulation.
The 8(a) program was designed to help small companies owned and operated by those who are economically disadvantaged. However, there is a process to be certified under the program which can be somewhat complicated. Learn more about this process and the 8(a) program at FindLaw.com.
FindLaw's overview of the False Claims Act (FCA) as well as the incentives and protections provided to Qui Tam Plaintiffs who bring actions under the FCA.
FindLaw's analysis of the "measured mile" method and how it can be used to help contractors recover unreimbursed costs, particularly those associated with lost labor productivity.
FindLaw's synopsis of the Georgia Open Records Act and the process for obtaining public records from state agencies.
FindLaw's discussion of the procedure for international service of process under international treaty law.
FindLaw's discussion of the caselaw and issues relating to the use of "replacements" for workers engaged in labor strikes.
FindLaw's discussion of ways in which contractors in Texas can protect their ability to recover payment for public works projects.
FindLaw's overview of the Cardinal Change Doctrine and how it can protect contractors facing significant changes under a construction contract.