What You Don’t Know About Construction Law Can Hurt Your Engineering Firm (Law Note)

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Have you ever been surprised to learn about a state’s specific requirements after you’ve already violated those requirements?

January 28, 2019
Melissa Dewey Brumback - Construction Law in North Carolina

Welcome to a new year! By now, you’ve eaten the last of the Christmas cookies, opened all of your presents, and rung in 2019. Back to business, right? The new year is always a good time to remind your employees, and yourself, that there are no shortcuts on the success train.

Sure, you can sometimes skate by for awhile, but karma has a way of catching up with you.

One thing to keep in mind is that if you practice in multiple states: be sure you are well aware of the rules and regulations concerning your license in each state. Each state does things a little differently, and what may be perfectly acceptable in one state may not be in another state.

Ms. Brumback may be contacted at mbrumback@rl-law.com



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