Out of State Venue in Florida Construction Disputes

By Christopher M. Cobb February 11, 2020 Posted in Construction Law

Construction disputes happen.  Often, the parties to the contract agree in advance about where any dispute would be decided.  This is known as a venue clause.  Venue clauses can require the dispute to be in a particular city, county or may even require the dispute be located where the project […]

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2020 Legislative Update from Cobb & Gonzalez

By Nicholas Elder February 4, 2020 Posted in Construction Law

Each year the Florida legislature meets during session for a period of 60 consecutive days, addressing issues important to individuals and businesses across the State.  The 2020 legislative session began on January 14, 2020, and lawmakers have proposed several pieces of legislation that will directly impact the construction industry.  Summarized […]

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What does “Purely Incidental” mean in the Practice of Engineering and Architecture?

By Christopher M. Cobb & Megan C. Goodall January 30, 2020 Posted in Construction Law

In Florida, the practice of architecture and engineering are defined by statute and regulated by the Department of Business and Professional Regulation.  Understanding the scope of work allowed by a particular license is important to avoid a charge for exceeding the scope.   Sometimes, there arises a situation where the statutory […]

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Exemptions to Condominium Official Records

By Christopher M. Cobb January 23, 2020 Posted in Community Association Law

Condominium living is a way of life in Florida.  From time to time, a unit owner may wish to inspect official records of the condominium association.  Such procedures are clearly set forth in the Florida Statutes and Administrative Code.   Section 718.111(12) of the Florida Condominium Act and Rules 61B-22.002, 61B-22.003(3), 61B-23.002(7) […]

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