What Documents Must a Florida Contractor Maintain?

By Christopher M. Cobb July 24, 2020 Posted in Construction Law

Construction is a document intensive activity.  Projects can generate thousands of pages of contracts, emails, plans, specifications, submittals, shop drawings, change orders and work directives. All of these documents help the parties communicate the expectation of the project and reflect the parties’ intent.  There is an underlying public policy that […]

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Florida Homeowners Construction Recovery Fund

By Christopher M. Cobb June 26, 2020 Posted in Construction Law

The Florida Homeowners Recovery Fund (the “Recovery Fund”) was created under Chapter 489.140, Florida Statutes and its purpose is to provide relief for Florida residential homeowners who have been financially harmed by Florida licensed contractors.  As a construction license holder in Florida, you should know and understand what the Recovery […]

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What Constitutes a Breach of Employment Act in Florida?

By Megan C. Goodall May 4, 2020 Posted in Business Litigation

In the state of Florida, employment is “at-will” unless you have an employment contract with your employer. If you are an “at-will” employee, you may be terminated at any time with or without cause, so long as the reason is not illegal. If, however, you are a contractual employee, the […]

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Defenses to Condominium Foreclosure Actions in Florida

By Christopher M. Cobb April 13, 2020 Posted in Community Association Law

A condominium assessment foreclosure can be an unpleasant experience for a unit owner.  However, there are certain steps a condominium association must take prior to successfully foreclose on a unit.  Failure to take these steps may result in the inability to foreclose on the unit. This article will discuss overcoming […]

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