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most generally existing or encountered at a given time

having preeminent significance

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most frequent or common

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REBNY has a long history of working with union partners and we believe that prevailing wage standards play a vital role in many industries across the city.
This article provides an outline summarizing the pleading and procedural requirements for the recovery of attorneys' fees pursuant to a foreign prevailing party attorneys' fee statute.
The Davis-Bacon Act is the 1931 federal law that sets prevailing wage rates on public works or public building projects.
The project was bid using prevailing wage rates and a contract was to be awarded for about $340,000.
The Prevailing Wage Act requires all laborers, workers and mechanics employed by or on behalf of any and all public bodies engaged in public works to be paid a wage of no less than the general prevailing hourly rate.
Are prevailing wage laws a reasonable deviation from our general rule in favor of competition?
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Under IRC section 7430 (c)(4), a taxpayer who is the prevailing party can recover reasonable litigation costs.
Non-profits are not exempt from paying prevailing wages to employees or from following OSHA regulations if they employ at least one person.
The appeals court held that the prisoner was the prevailing party within the meaning of [section] 1988 and the prisoner, who prevailed on appeal, was entitled to attorney fees for the appellate work under the Prison Litigation Reform Act (PLRA).
7430(c)(4)(B), the taxpayer fails to qualify as the prevailing party if the IRS establishes that its position was substantially justified under Sec.
Elsewhere the statement argues, "Islam does not hold that if it is not the prevailing religion of a society, then irreligion must prevail.
If the award does not indicate whether the claimant prevailed on his or her statutory claim, the trial court may ask the panel to state whether the claimant prevailed on that claim, so that the court can determine whether the claimant is entitled to prevailing party attorneys' fees under the act.
The bill would vastly expand the definition of public works so that virtually all private development projects - those that receive any type or level of government assistance, such as a fee waiver, tax exemption or subsidy - would be subject to union wages, otherwise known as prevailing wages.
IRS temporary regulations explain when making a qualified offer will result in the taxpayer being a prevailing party for purposes of a recovery of litigation costs.