Category Archives: Construction law

The Kentucky Fairness in Construction Act and Its Effect on the Construction Industry

In 2007, then-governor Ernie Fletcher of Kentucky signed the Kentucky Fairness in Construction Act into law. The goal of the legislation was to “level the playing field,” as legislators put it, between owners and contractors. It has had wide-reaching effects on the construction industry in several specific areas. Therefore, all owners and contractors must be… Read More »

What’s Included in the Kentucky State Plan for Occupational Safety and Health?

The Kentucky State Plan for Occupational Safety and Health has been in effect for more than 30 years. It applies to all private-sector workplaces in the state, with a few exceptions. These exceptions include: Maritime jobs, such as shipyard employment, longshoring and marine terminals Employment at military bases, Tennessee Valley Authority facilities and other properties… Read More »

What Does Kentucky Law Say About General Contractor Liability for Faulty Construction?

How much liability, if any, do general contractors have for faulty construction when subcontractors are also involved in a project? The answer to this question depends not just on the circumstances of the case but also on the state where the project is taking place. In recent years, Kentucky law has been tougher on general… Read More »

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