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Oh no, OSHA’s here!
Lynn Ladder & Scaffolding Company’s President Alan D. Kline discusses all that went down when OSHA paid his company a visit recently
Scaffold planking and wind uplift
Claims directly related to scaffold planking uplift cause by wind account for a significant portion of all incurred losses – but there are ways to mitigate this risk. Mike Viola explains
U.S. announces final ruling on Chinese MEWP tariffs
Government rules that U.S. MEWP industry is being economically harmed by Chinese imports, countervailing tariffs to go into effect
JCB and Manitou patent dispute continues
JCB said it will appeal the latest ruling of Paris court, although it also won damages of €150,000
Ahern fined for Covid-19 violations during Trump rally
Xtreme Manufacturing has been fined $3,000 by the City of Henderson for violating more than six Covid-19 requirements at a Sept. 13 rally
Ahern serves Tanfield legal summons
The majority owner of Snorkel is taking Tanfield to court over claimed contractual breaches
JCB wins patent case against Manitou
JCB said a French court has granted it a preliminary injunction against Manitou. Manitou said it is appealing the ruling
Two year prison term for access manager
Manager of a UK-based access rental company sentenced to two years imprisonment following death of one man and serious injuries to another
Accounting errors at Hertz
Parent company of Hertz Equipment Rental Corp says it must restate 2011 financial statements and revise those for 2012 and 2013
Ahern's Chapter 11 plan gets green light
After a year and a half of court battles, Ahern Rentals has received approval of its Chapter 11 reorganization plan.
Ahern and bondholders reach agreement
Ahern Rentals is one step closer to exiting Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
Ahern Rentals secures $415 million exit finance
Ahern Rentals has asked a Nevada bankruptcy judge to sign off on a $415 million financing package from Jeffries Finance LLC to fund its Chapter 11 exit, according to court papers filed May 19.
Creditors to vote on Ahern restructuring plans in May
Latest court ruling paves way for creditors' vote in May on alternative restructuring plans, one proposed by Ahern Rentals and the other by a consortium of private equity firms.
DUI law applies to boom lifts in Vermont, according to Supreme Court
The Vermont Supreme Court has reinstated charges against a Franklin County man accused of operating a boom lift while he was under the influence of alcohol.
JCB takes legal action over Asian 'copies' at Bauma
JCB takes legal action during Bauma to prevent three unnamed Asian manufacturers from showing telehandlers and backhoes it says were copies of its products and infringed its patents.
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