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Monthly Archives: January 2019


Ending the Pre-Trial Tug of War The Implications of Proposals for Settlement & Offers of Judgment in Florida

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Proposals for settlement, otherwise referred to as an “offer of judgment” are popular litigation tools used to put stress on parties to settle lawsuits.  This approach concerns Florida Rule of Civil Procedure 1.442 and Florida Statute 768.79, and includes assessing attorneys’ fees and costs for a prevailing party or party that offered to settle… Read More »

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Legal Relief for Construction-Related Drainage Issues

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Construction law applies to occurrences that take place even after the project has long terminated. In some instances, defects arise during the construction of a structure. The structure that is built as a result of the construction project is all subject to defects whereby responsibility can pass to the contractor.  Defects can include water… Read More »

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Imagine for a moment that you inherit a beautiful custom-made motorcycle from a relative. You are thinking how great it is that you have inherited this vehicle and love to show it to family, friends, and neighbors. You are also thinking to yourself how cool it is that you don’t have to spend your… Read More »

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Formulating an Air-Tight Vendor Contract

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In the business world, a vendor agreement is an all-important contract that determines whether a business will have the products and items needed for the business to run.  A business owner wants to have a vendor contract that will ensure that the business gets all the deliverables (goods and services) it needs to run… Read More »

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What is Covered and What is Not Covered Under Your Construction Insurance Policy?

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When commencing a construction project every contractor or owner has to obtain insurance coverage for both the people working on the building and the building itself.  Other additions to the insurance policy can ensure that all parties involved in the construction and those who are likely to come into contact with the construction are… Read More »

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Three Things You Should Know About ESI Discovery in Florida

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Electronically stored information or ESI is information that is stored in electronic form.  It contemplates a wide variety of media types without regard to how it was originally created. Therefore, electronically stored information can include conventional electronic documents such as spreadsheets, word and other document processing programs. ESI also includes electronic content on the… Read More »

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