Articles Posted in Business Litigation

When negotiating construction contracts for either residential or commercial projects, there are several key provisions that should be given careful attention. The following is a list some of those provisions that should be carefully considered before signing the contract. Attorneys like us who are experienced in drafting, negotiating, or litigating construction contracts should be consulted […]

All too often, a client will present a contract proposal to me (design services for an improvement project, internet and television bulk services agreement with a national service provider, elevator service and maintenance agreement for a high-rise condominium building, and so many more) from the selected company and ask, “Can you please review this contract […]

Most people have an extremely negative reaction when they learn that they, or their business, are being sued. There are some things to consider doing in order to avoid making a potentially costly mistake when faced with a lawsuit. First, take a deep breath. Next, read the tips listed below to assist you in avoiding […]

Until recently, there has been some debate on this litigation question caused by the interpretation of some Courts that a Florida judgment is subject to a five year statute of limitations. However, the Florida Supreme Court, in Salinas v. Ramsey, 2018 WL 549183 (2018) recently considered this question and came to the conclusion that a Florida […]