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Government Construction Contracting Part #3 – The Miller Act – Rights of Sub-Subcontracting Entities on Federal Public Projects

By James M. Gonzalez March 10, 2022 Posted in Construction Law

In the previous segment, we discussed rights of a person or entity that contracted directly with the prime contractor on government project (i.e. a subcontractor). Contractors that have provided labor or materials on a federal project that is bonded pursuant to 40 U.S.C. 3131 (i.e. is a public building or […]

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Government Construction Contracting Part #2 – The Miller Act – Rights of Subcontracting Entities on Federal Public Projects

By James M. Gonzalez February 10, 2022 Posted in Construction Law

In the first part of this series, we discussed when a bond is needed on a federal government construction project – for public works or building contracts in excess of $100,000.00.  We discussed both the types of bonds required for a federal government construction project – performance and payment bonds […]

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An Introduction and History of the Statute of Repose in Florida

By Nicholas J. Elder January 31, 2022 Posted in Construction Law

Florida’s statute of repose for construction defect cases is intended to provide certainty to contractors by ensuring that potential claims are asserted in a timely manner, and to guarantee that these contractors are not subject to liability indefinitely.  The statute of repose period is related to, but distinct, from the […]

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