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A Kentucky appellate court improperly dumped the entire dispute resolution process detailed in a municipal sewer construction contract, the state’s Supreme Court said Thursday, finding that state law allows courts to selectively remove illegal contractual provisions while keeping everything else.
A Colorado federal judge has tossed a U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service permit that allowed construction on an apartment complex even though it could disturb a nearby bald eagle nest, deciding that the government’s environmental assessment did not consider the impact of the finished building.
A Louis Berger Group Inc. unit was slapped Friday in New Jersey federal court with class claims the company improperly failed to pay overtime to workers involved in government-funded recovery efforts in Puerto Rico following Hurricanes Irma and Maria last year.
A New Jersey federal judge said Friday that developers of the $1 billion PennEast gas pipeline can immediately seize over 100 Garden State properties along the project's route, saying they've satisfied the requirements for pursuing eminent domain under the Natural Gas Act.
Chinese online consumer lending platform 360 Finance Inc. on Friday said it raised more than $51 million in an initial public offering, the same day Texas-based manufactured-home maker Legacy Housing Corp. said it raised $48 million in its own public offering.