Cohen Seglias Pallas Greenhall & Furman PC

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Cohen Seglias Pallas Greenhall
& Furman PC
 

Size of Organization: 60
Year Established: 1988
Web Site: http://www.cohenseglias.com

Telephone: 215-564-1700
Fax: 215-564-3066



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Founded in 1988, Cohen Seglias is a law firm with more than 50 lawyers in 8 offices throughout the Mid-Atlantic region, including Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland and West Virginia. The firm provides client service on a national basis in the areas of Business Transactions, Commercial Litigation, Construction Law, Creditors' Rights, Federal Contracting, Health Care Law, Insurance Coverage, Labor & Employment, Real Estate and Wealth Preservation. Please visit www.cohenseglias.com for more information about the firm.



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Messy Solar Construction Litigation Sheds a Little Light on the Intersection of New Jersey Lien Statutes and Public Private Partnership
Daniel E. Fierstein,Jennifer M. Horn, April 1, 2014
A recent case before the Appellate Division of the Superior Court of New Jersey (Morris County Improvement Authority and Somerset County Improvement Authority v. Power Partners Mastec, LLC) involving solar construction has shed light (pun intended) on the complications associated with projects that...

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Jennifer M. Horn, March 19, 2014
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The Differing Site Conditions Clause Is Alive and Well
Michael H. Payne, February 26, 2014
Thanks to a recent decision by the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, in Metcalf vs. U.S., the protection afforded by the Differing Site Conditions clause has been reaffirmed. Although the Court primarily addressed the requirement that federal agencies must demonstrate good faith and fair...






 

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