New York Prevailing Wage Update
Are you in compliance with New York’s prevailing wage law? Complying with New York’s prevailing wage law can be complicated, and the failure to comply can result in costly liability to contractors. Compliance is especially challenging for first-time government contractors. This topic helps the persons responsible for a contractor’s compliance with the state’s prevailing wage law to ensure that they understand the law and its requirements. You will receive an awareness and understanding of the major legal issues and case law pertaining to prevailing wages in New York.
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- General Requirement of Prevailing Wages in Public Works Projects by the New York Constitution and Labor Law Sec. 220When Prevailing Wages Are Required on Private/Quasi-Public Contracts - The 3-Prong De La Cruz TestPrevailing Wage Law as Applied to Subcontractors and SuppliersWho Determines the Prevailing Rate of Wages and for What PeriodLiability for Failure to Pay Prevailing Wages Under New York Labor Law Sec. 223Consequences of Willful and Persistent Willful Failure to Pay Prevailing WagesDifferences Between New York Prevailing Wage Law and Davis-Bacon Act
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