Talking the Talk

YOU SNOOZE, YOU LOSE:

DEADLINES YOU CANNOT AFFORD TO MISS The Maryland Mechanic’s Law, the Maryland Little Miller Act (for state and local government projects), and the Miller Act (for federal projects) provide valuable tools to help those working on construction projects get paid. However, in order for claimants to take advantage of their rights under these laws, there […]

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Cyber Security

Today’s interconnected environment requires that companies focus on cyber security as an essential ingredient to support the economy’s infrastructure and national security. On a daily basis, computer viruses, identity theft, and loss of sensitive data threaten to disrupt information and communication systems.  Maryland has recognized this need and its role in protecting our nation’s information […]

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When Your Employees Are Getting Poached

Imagine getting a call from your Project Manager telling you that your competitor was just at the worksite offering your workers jobs at a higher rate with better benefits.  Two of them walked off the job.  What rights do you have? First, if the competitor’s agent was on a secured site, then the police should […]

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Ready to Roll

It’s been a while in the making, but the Maryland Construction Network is coming into focus. We have our first Direct Connect Meeting set for May 22nd and registrations are proceeding well. I still have a couple items to complete on the website, most notable is the online storefront. Very shortly you will be able to […]

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