August 2, 2021

Volume XI, Number 214

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Real Estate, Transportation, Utilities and Construction Law News

Real Estate, both commercial and residential, is constantly evolving. The National Law Review covers the latest legal analysis in real estate and construction law across a variety of governmental levels—state and federal. Additionally, NLR covers updates related to transportation and other utilities and public works.

Public and private construction projects, financing, mortgages, tax cuts and incentives, foreclosures, and other topics are covered regularly and updated routinely on the site. Other areas covered includes litigation, mediation and arbitration which affects owners/contractors/subcontractors in the field, government agency news, and coverage of news/stories related to lenders, insurers, and sureties in the industry.

Public work issues are also covered frequently by the National Law Review. Infrastructure financing, topics including entitlements, development rights, property rights, the public-private partnership (P3), permitting, local ordinances, variances, and different legislation/restrictions in development. Coverage of development and property owner rights, cases involving homeowners associations, fees, pending litigation, and changes to local/state/federal ordinances and variances, are also available.

Additionally, the National Law Review covers regulations and legislation as it relates to mortgages and other real estate lending requirements; including, the requirements imposed on lenders under RESPA, and other news from the CFPB as it relates to home ownership and mortgage procedures, such as the Know Before You Owe Rule.

Articles related to highway safety, transportation news, and other utilities-topics, are also covered by the National Law Review. Coverage of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and changes to the organization are analyzed by NLR legal experts. The emerging technology of autonomous vehicles, developments in that technology and the emerging regulation around driverless cars are analyzed, and the impact of this game-changing technology is considered.

In the construction arena, reporting worker injuries on the job-site, and coverage of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) laws are extensively reported on by the attorney writers at the National Law Review. 

 

Date Title Organization
21
Jun
Washington Expands Safety Obligations for Temporary Construction, Manufacturing Workers Jackson Lewis P.C.
21
Jun
How COVID Impacted Lease Agreements, Contracts, and Business Interruption Claims Sinayskaya Yuniver, P.C.
18
Jun
New Hampshire Court Finds Hoteliers Sustained Covered COVID-19 BI Loss Hunton Andrews Kurth
18
Jun
Will the New UK Legislation to Manage COVID Rent Arrears Help Landlords and Tenants and Avoid an Insolvency Cliff Edge? Squire Patton Boggs (US) LLP
17
Jun
In Unusual Move, Developer Is Awarded Attorneys’ Fees and Costs Over Town’s Settlement Breach Giordano, Halleran & Ciesla, P.C.
17
Jun
COVID-19: Government Extends Moratorium on Commercial Leases until March 2022 K&L Gates
16
Jun
CFPB Issues Mortgage Servicing FAQs Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton LLP
15
Jun
Supreme Court of Appeals of West Virginia Modifies "Stranger to the Deed" Rule Steptoe & Johnson PLLC
15
Jun
Organics Advocates Dig In With Ninth Circuit Appeal Challenging Certification for Hydroponics Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton LLP
15
Jun
New Laws on Biometric, RFD and Other “Sensitive” Data Collection and Use Squire Patton Boggs (US) LLP
15
Jun
Decision about a zoning dispute yields insights for both federal courts and appellate practice Squire Patton Boggs (US) LLP
14
Jun
Produce Grown by Livestock May Be Food Safety Risk Keller and Heckman LLP
11
Jun
Los Angeles City Council’s Public Safety Committee Votes to Move Forward with Expanding Fire Rating Requirements for New Construction Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton LLP
10
Jun
Better Late than Never, Connecticut Finally Pulls the Plug on the Transfer Act Mintz
10
Jun
California Considering Mandating Implicit Bias Training for Real Estate Industry Employees Jackson Lewis P.C.
9
Jun
Boston Harbor "Levee" Plan Doesn't Have a Snowball's Chance in a Warming Climate Mintz
8
Jun
Law of the Land - Real Estate Litigation Newsletter Goulston & Storrs
8
Jun
Subtenant Considerations When Subleasing Space Womble Bond Dickinson (US) LLP
7
Jun
BREAKING: Mass. SJC Rules on Compatibility of Short-Term Rentals with Single-Family Zoning Pierce Atwood LLP
7
Jun
COVID-19: Moratorium Madness: Will Challenges to The Eviction Order Force the CDC's Hand? K&L Gates

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