Georgia Construction, Bond & Lien Law Blog


How Contractors Can Prevent Fatigue in Employees Working Remotely During COVID-19

We welcome Andy Thomson from Big Oak Consulting, LLC as our guest blogger today.  For more than thirty years, Andy has worked in a wide variety of infrastructure and. most recently, as a corporate Health, Safety and Risk Director.  He maintains memberships in the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC),  National Utility Contractors Association (NUCA),
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Are You Using New I-9 Form and Electronically Submitting OSHA 300A?

Posted in Construction Employers,Practical Tips,Subcontractor Law by Blue Blog on the December 13th, 2017

by Mark A. Cobb Contractors constantly run the balance between running a viable and profitable business and executing and performing quality work under their contracts.  Our blog attempts to keep our readers up to date on issues which impact construction professionals. Today, there are two updates which you need to know! 1. Form I-9 Updates
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New I-9 Form Published by USCIS

Posted in Construction Employers,Current Legal Issues by Blue Blog on the March 11th, 2013

by Mark Cobb Last Friday, the U. S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (“USCIS”) published a new, updated Form I-9.  This new form can be used immediately, although some of the older forms will be accepted by the USCIS until May 7, 2013.  After May 7, all employers must use the new Form I-9.  If you
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