This week, some familiar topics were being talked about in the legal blogosphere, from the Employee Free Choice Act to the Chinese Drywall situation in Florida, Louisiana and elsewhere. Here are some selected articles and posts from around the web this week:
- EFCA – Amidst all of the controversy, three mega-retailers proposed an alternative to the currently pending EFCA act. Those retailers? Starbucks, Whole Foods and Costco.
- Green building law blogger Shari Shapiro went to a green building conference and asks the question: Is construction law Where The Boys Are…and The Girls Aren’t.
- The Business Pundit reports that the Knauf Drywall Fiasco could be the Biggest Home Defect Case In U.S. History. The question then becomes…are you prepared for that? Wolfe Law has been blogging on Chinese Drywall here, and they have published an Avvo Legal Guide titled: What To Do If You Installed or Supplied Chinese Drywall.
- The Stimulus is still in the news. Here is a searchable spreadsheet published by the Contractor’s Blog of the 18,000+ Infrastructure projects.
- Wolfe Law Group news? Check out an interview with founding member Scott Wolfe Jr. on New Orleans’ Fox 8 about Chinese Drywall. Also, the firm announced a new practice group to represent, advise and defend builders, contractors, suppliers and other construction industry participants who are implicated by the imported drywall crisis.