Category: Legal Blog
Is Non-Performance Permitted? The Impact of Coronavirus on Construction.
Attorneys Aaron A. Haak and George W. Gift, III recently co-authored an article in the July 2020 issue of The Dirt – The Official Publication of the Lee Building Industry Association. The article addresses the impact of...
July 8, 2020 Share This
Can Homeowner Associations Restrict an Owner’s Ability to use Property as a Vacation Rental?
Many Homeowners Associations attempt to restrict its owners’ ability to use their property as vacation rentals through business restrictions and lease pre-approval requirements. However, vacation rentals are not...
April 24, 2018 Share This
Beware of the Ticking Clock for Latent Defects!
One of the common issues being encountered today in the residential construction setting are claims for latent or hidden construction defects. A latent construction defect can generally be categorized as a defect which is...
December 9, 2016 Share This
Indemnification Provisions in Florida Construction Contracts
Florida imposes state specific requirements with respect to indemnification provisions utilized in Florida construction contracts. These requirements are set forth in Section 725.05, Florida Statutes, and include the...
October 26, 2016 Share This
Post-Judgment Collection – The Recovery Efforts Have Only Just Begun
One of the most common discussions that trial lawyers have with clients or prospective clients involves the best case scenario for the individual if they succeed at trial. For example, after months and typically, years of...
October 17, 2016 Share This