Pa. Supreme Court Justice Kevin Dougherty received free home repairs paid for by brother’s union, witnesses says at trial

Pennsylvania Supreme Court Justice Kevin Dougherty received $7,500 of free home repairs paid for by the union his brother, John Dougherty, led for nearly 30 years, a witness in the former labor leader’s trial testified Tuesday.

That witness — general contractor Anthony Massa, the only one of John Dougherty’s codefendants to agree to testify against him — told a federal jury he oversaw drywall and painting work completed over seven days in 2011 at Kevin Dougherty’s Northeast Philadelphia home.

But when it came time to settle up accounts, he said, he billed Local 98 of the International Brotherhood of Electrical

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Illinois Supreme Court Weighs In On Home Repair And Remodeling Act

home repair contractorsThe Hard Contractor – When the Contractor Abandons the Job. Every state has their personal electrician apprenticeship, electrical testing and licensing applications you will be subject to. They generally will be functioning closely with the non-union electrical contractors in your location. You by no means hear how home owners will hold back payments, or will short a payment all because the homeowner wants additional work they have no intention on paying for. Also lifts stains and stuff from outdoor wood furnishings. The GC tends to make income by marking up the subcontractors’ expenses as a percentage of the construction amount … Read more