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Working With California Prevailing Wage Requirements These materials provide a basic overview of the responsibilities of parties engaged in public works construction projects.
The Washington State Prevailing Wage on Public Works Act In 1945, the Washington State legislature enacted the Prevailing Wage on Public Works Act. Now codified as Chapter 39.
Prevailing Wage Law in Massachusetts: What Are Prevailing Wages? The purpose of the Massachusetts Prevailing Wage Law (G.L. c. 149, §§ 26-27H) (“Prevailing Wage Law”) is to provide a “level playing field” for...
Ohio Medical Records Law Overview Including Super Confidential Records In response to the growing number of identity thefts, Congress enacted the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act of 2003 (“FACTA”).
The Davis Bacon Act The Davis Bacon Act was enacted in 1931 in response to the Great Depression. Since the Federal Government is one of the largest purchasers of construction services and seeks the lowest bid, the Davis...
Medical Records Law in Florida Florida law protects the confidentialty of a patient's medical records. However, no one particular state statute exists which provides for the confidentiality of all medical records.
HIPAA and Medical Records Law in Texas: HIPAA Security Rule No generally accepted set of national rules to protect health information existed before HIPAA.
Interplay of LGBT and Religious Rights in the Workplace The growing trend towards acceptance of same-sex marriage in the United States continues its dramatic acceleration.
Sales and Use Tax in Virginia: Are You Ready for a Sales Tax Audit? If a company is doing business in a state that has a sales and use tax, they need to be prepared for an audit.
Overview of Workplace Investigations and the Law In cases where a supervisor has engaged in unlawful harassment, an employer can escape liability if no tangible employment action (e.
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