Construction

Apr
02

Seventh Circuit Reconciles Tests For Determining General Contractor Liability For Title VII Claims By Indirect Employees

The Seventh Circuit recently reconciled the “right to control” and “economic realities” tests in holding that a construction foreman hired by a second tier subcontractor failed to show that the general contractor was an indirect employer under Title VII since the general contractor...

Feb
24

CMS Proposes Expansion of Re-Review Process for Medicare Set-Asides

On February 11, 2014, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) proposed a rule expanding the re-review of Workers’ Compensation Medicare Set-Aside Arrangements (WCMSAs). The notice concerning the proposed rule can be viewed here:

Feb
10

Partner Thomas P. Boylan Named to the 2014 BTI Client Service All-Star Team

Posted in Construction

Cassiday Schade LLP is proud to announce that Thomas P. Boylan, partner in the firm’s Construction practice group, has been named a 2014 BTI Client Service All-Star for his dedication to client service excellence. The BTI Client Service...

Nov
19

Illinois Appellate Court Broadens Scope Of Anti-Indemnity Act To Protect Illinois Contractors

Posted in Construction

In a decision that benefits construction companies doing business in Illinois, the Illinois Appellate Court recently published a decision broadening the scope of the Illinois Construction Contract for Negligence Act, more commonly known as the Illinois Anti-Indemnity Act. The decision is also a...

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