2017 Maryland Condo and HOA Legislation–What’s Hot and What’s Not
With the Maryland General Assembly now in the final month of the 2017 legislative session which ends on April 10, several bills regarding community associations are still under consideration. Other bills have died in committee. A bill must be passed by the Maryland House and Senate and signed by the Governor in order to become law. Read the article…………….
New Illinois Ruling Enforces Cause of Action Accrual Provisions and Holds that Express Indemnity Claims In A Construction Contract Are Subject to a 10 Year Statute of Limitations
The Appellate Court for First District of Illinois recently issued a decision with two important holdings for construction lawyers. First,
A Strategic Lawsuit Against Public Participation or “SLAPP” is a civil lawsuit brought to either prevent or punish another person
A property tycoon has lost his legal battle to overthrow what he says are “draconian” rules – involving speed limits