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Tropical Storm Emily State Of Emergency Presents New Opportunity For Extension Of Development Approvals, But Time Is Running Out...

by Akerman LLP on

On July 31, 2017, Governor Scott issued Executive Order 17-204, declaring a 60-day state of emergency in 31 counties for Tropical Storm Emily and thereby providing a new opportunity for extension of certain development...more

Devastating TCPA Fine Levied Against Small Roofing Company

by Foley & Lardner LLP on

David Randall Associates, Inc. has provided commercial roofing services in eastern Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and mid-state Delaware for the past 25 years. Last Friday, the company was hit with a $22,405,000 TCPA fine in a...more

Luu v. American Investments Real Estate Corporation

Final Order of the Virginia Board for Contractors Authorizing Payment of Claim

by Richard H. Nguyen on

This is the Final Order of the Virginia Board of Contractors that rejected its own Summary which recommended denial of the claim and after hearing testimony, ultimately approved payment of the maximum statutory amount of...more

What Is In A Name? It May Not Matter As Much As You Think If You Are An Individually Licensed Contractor

by Miller Starr Regalia on

The Contractor's State License Law (“CSLL”), found at Business and Professions Code sections 7000 et seq., provides a comprehensive licensing scheme that requires all contractors doing business in California to possess a...more

In the Matter of the Notice of Hearing for Unlicensed Acitvity of, Best Buy Stores LP

Department of Consumer Affairs Voluntarily Withdraws Violation Against Best Buy

by Adam Levy on

The New York City Department of Consumer Affairs ("DCA") charged Best Buy with violating that section of the NYC Administrative Code requiring a business to maintain a home improvement license when installing home theaters...more

The Grass Is No Longer Greener for Landscapers

by Richard Gaeckle on

Effective December 31, 2005, any person providing home improvement services to the public must be registered with the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs and comply with specific requirements as to home improvement...more

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