By: Michael Strauss

and Travis Klein

It’s no secret that office spaces in Greater Baltimore are changing. Gone are the days of offices with large file rooms; high cubicle dividers; stuffy, closed offices; and dark hallways. Open-plan work spaces, industrial warehouse conversions, and “live, work, play”... Continue Reading

By: Todd Feuerman

The construction marketplace continues to show signs of improvement as contractors work through backlogs that include sub-par margin work secured a few years ago.  This improvement in the industry, along with the surety industry experiencing better-than-average loss ratios, means potential... Continue Reading

By: Zachary Reichenbach

and John Gasper

Expert witnesses can have a significant impact on the outcome of an arbitration or mediation hearing. The importance of selecting the right expert witness is often underestimated – but it can be the most important decision an attorney makes in... Continue Reading

By: Bryan Porter

Financial reporting for privately held construction firms has become increasingly difficult and time-consuming for executive management teams. The Private Company Council (PCC) is an advisory body to the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB), which is responsible for setting generally accepted... Continue Reading

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