This article provides an overview of key dates for the 86th regular session, potential measures that will directly impact the construction industry, and issues that may dominate the already limited timetable for the 2019 session. Download the full article.
The E-Verify system screens for undocumented workers by comparing information from an employee's I-9 form with records maintained by the Department of Homeland Security and the Social Security Administration. A new law that took effect on September 1, 2017 makes it clear that private e-sector contractors that work for the [...]
The Chapman Firm is pleased to announce that Rebecca Moss has joined the firm as an associate. Rebecca joins the firm after having practiced construction law for the past five years. Before joining the construction bar, Rebecca worked in governmental affairs. Her experience in government and her representation of public [...]