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The Spearin Doctrine

By J Mark. Brewer

The Spearin doctrine is a legal principle that defines and delineates responsibilities for design specifications between contractors and owners. The doctrine was formulated after a 1918 court case involving a New York dry dock worker and the United States government. 175 more words

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Williams Act Filings a Critical Component of Securities Law (part 2) By J. Mark Brewer Co-Founder, Managing Director Brewer and Pritchard, P.C.

The Williams Act of 1968 requires parties that own significant holdings in a publicly traded corporation to disclose information about their finances, organization, and other factors that might affect the financial health of the company. 245 more words

J. Mark Brewer: Hiking in the Houston Area

As America’s fourth largest city, Houston offers numerous opportunities for leisure and entertainment. The following are two notable hiking areas:

Brazos Bend State Park
Since 1984, hikers have enjoyed this 5,000-acre park on the Brazos River. 137 more words

J. Mark Brewer Discusses the Houston Symphony

For nearly a century, the Houston Symphony has provided a wide variety of music programs to Texas residents. One of the country’s oldest performing arts groups, the Houston Symphony has been led by notable music directors such as André Previn, Lawrence Foster, and Leopold Stokowski. 182 more words

Freeholds Reclaimed, Disbursements and Pension Fund top-ups promised as SPCK settle dispute with SSG

IT’S BEEN A SLOW TRAIN COMING, but SPCK have at long last drawn a line under their long-running legal dispute with SSG, the charity set up by Phil & Mark Brewer to run, but which ultimately ruined, the the former SPCK bookshops. 480 more words


2010: SPCK/SSG Blog Overview

Phil Groom writes:

THANK YOU to the stats helper monkeys at WordPress.com for the following snapshot summary of how this blog did in 2010; but… 298 more words

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