Rogers Towers - Florida Construction Law

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Choosing Your Defense Counsel Before a Claim Ever Arises

If your company has ever been sued, then you know how important it is to have qualified and experienced counsel handling your case. Besides experience and qualifications, knowledge of your industry and your company can be even…more
| Commercial Law & Contracts, Construction Law, Insurance

Florida Supreme Court Limits Application of Statute of Limitations

A decision issued by the Florida Supreme Court earlier this year significantly limits the protection afforded by the statute of limitations to subcontractors and the like that are brought into construction litigation as…more
| Civil Procedure, Civil Remedies, Construction Law, Real Estate - Commercial

If You Build It, “The Claims” Will Likely Come: Controlling Anticipated Risks In Large Projects

Sophisticated parties in large projects know that it is not unusual for claims of all types to occur during the course of the project. Despite everyone’s best efforts, claims for property damage, material loss and personal…more
| Commercial Law & Contracts, Construction Law, Insurance

Guardrail Ends – Open and Obvious Court Ends Liability for Contractor and Engineer Based Upon Slavin Doctrine

The Slavin Doctrine has been on the books for more than fifty years and is a favorite defense used by contractors, architects and engineers defending against personal injury and wrongful death claims. Generally, the Slavin…more
| Civil Procedure, Commercial Law & Contracts, Construction Law, Personal Injury

What Kind of License Do You Need for Design-Build Services in Florida?

Design-build firms are not required to hold a contractor’s license in Florida. They’re also not required to have an engineer’s license. Architect’s license? Nope, they don’t have to hold that one either…more
| Commercial Law & Contracts, Construction Law, Criminal Law

Rogers Towers: Construction Defects: The Duty To Preserve Evidence Of The Defects

Stop! Before you make those repairs, there are some things you should consider. Otherwise, you could find yourself down the road facing claims that your repairs destroyed evidence of the defects…more
| Civil Procedure, Construction Law

Rogers Towers: Are Delay Damages Lienable?

The old adage “time is money” is truer perhaps in the construction industry than anywhere else. Delays can cause significant economic damages for everyone involved on a construction project…more
| Civil Remedies, Commercial Law & Contracts, Construction Law, Real Estate - Commercial

Rogers Towers: U.S. Construction, and Legal, Opportunities in Libya

Stepping off a plane in Tripoli at 6 am on September 12, 2012, Libya did not seem to be much of a prospect for American or other Western business opportunities, let alone construction or legal work, which I was there to further…more
| Construction Law, International Law & Trade

Rogers Towers: Florida’s Construction Lien Act: Who Is a Lienor?

We hear this term, lienor, but it is often misunderstood. One does not have to record a Claim of Lien to be a lienor. The Act provides that anyone who has the right to file a Construction lien is a lienor…more
| Commercial Law & Contracts, Construction Law, Real Estate - Residential
Areas of Practice
  • Construction Law
  • Litigation
Number of Attorneys

2-10 Attorneys

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