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Luke Farley and Dixie Wells Published in June 2023 Issue of Modern Contractor Solutions

Partners, Luke Farley and Dixie Wells published an article on an Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA) multi-employer worksite policy in this month’s Modern Contractor Solutions. In the construction industry, it can be complicated to determine the employee from the employer. This article highlights four categories that a contractor may fall under according to OSHA for the multi-employer worksite policy to apply. Read the full article here.

Dixie represents clients in lawsuits that involve engineering issues, including complex commercial transactions, cases arising out of engineering disasters and product liability matters. She also represents clients in higher education law. Regardless of the substantive law at issue, she regularly handles both mass litigation and cases arising from single events that generate suits in multiple courts.

The majority of Luke’s practice is focused on complex, multi-party contract disputes, state and federal Miller Act claims, and mechanics’ liens. He also assists clients with contract review and negotiation, licensing and certification, OSHA citations, and guidance on troubled projects. Luke regularly represents contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, owners, and developers and has experience on both public and private projects, including federal construction.


July 7, 2023 Luke J. Farley Dixie T. Wells
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