Analysis

Construction Regs Attys Are Watching In 2022

By McCord Pagan (January 3, 2022, 12:02 PM EST) -- With infrastructure dollars waiting to be spent, a vaccine mandate from the federal government for contractors and a renewed focus on wage theft, the U.S. construction industry could face regulatory focus in a number of areas in 2021.

Here, Law360 looks at three key areas of regulation that construction attorneys are keeping an eye on in the new year.

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