Christopher Cobb – Jimerson & Cobb

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Jacksonville, FL 32204, United States

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CONTRACTOR ADVERTISING: INCLUDE YOUR LICENSE ON ALL SOCIAL MEDIA OUTLETS AND WEBSITES

By Christopher M. Cobb With the construction industry working again, construction companies are continuing to look for alternative and non-conventional methods of advertising their services in order to secure projects. …more
| Administrative Law, Construction Law

DO YOU HAVE A CUSTOMER ENTERING BANKRUPTCY? BE SURE NOT TO VIOLATE THE AUTOMATIC STAY

By Christopher M. Cobb, Esquire & Hans C. Wahl, Esquire Section 362 of Title 11 of the United States Code provides for the Automatic Stay in all bankruptcy proceedings, including Chapter 7, 11 and 13 filings. The Automatic…more
| Bankruptcy

NOTICE OF COMMENCEMENTS – Construction Law’s “Source Document”

The Notice of Commencement is the most useful document for a contractor or subcontractor to obtain necessary information to perfect lien rights. The Notice of Commencement is referred to as the “source document”. A contractor…more
| Construction Law

Construction Contracts – Recovery of Attorney’s Fees and Expert Fees

Construction litigation is expensive. In many cases, attorneys’ fees comprise a large portion of the cost; however, they are not the only significant cost. Increasingly, expert witnesses are needed to address very technical…more
| Construction Law

RIPARIAN RIGHTS IN FLORIDA

Ownership of waterfront property is very desirable in Florida and often involves unique real property considerations. When it comes to private waterfront property ownership, it can be difficult to distinguish where the private…more
| Construction Law

LIENS FOR INTERIOR DESIGN SERVICES

By Christopher M. Cobb, Esquire The profession of interior design has been a consequence of the continued development of interior space and complex architecture. Typically, the interior designer is tangential to the overall…more
| Construction Law

TORTIOUS INTERFERENCE WTH ADVANTAGEIOUS BUSINESS RELATIONSHIP: WHEN DOES COMPETITION BECOME INTERFERENCE?

By Christopher M. Cobb, Esquire Competition is the rivalry among sellers trying to achieve the objectives of increasing profits, market share, and sales volume by varying the elements of the marketing: price point, product…more
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CONDOMINIUM CONSTRUCTION DEFECT CERTIFICATION UNDER 718.301(7), FLORIDA STATUTES

By Christopher M. Cobb, Esquire Condominium living is a way of life in Florida and condominium associations are creatures of the Florida Statutes. “The peculiar features of condominium development, ownership, and operation…more
| Construction Law

CONDOMINIUM CONSTRUCTION DEFECT CLASS ACTIONS

Condominium living is a way of life in Florida and condominium associations are creatures of the Florida Statutes. A condominium association’s capacity to sue or be sued is one of the enumerated rights created under Chapter 718…more
| Construction Law

ATTORNEYS’ FEES – DEMAND THEM OR THEY ARE WAIVED, MAYBE

By Christopher M. Cobb, Esquire One very important question that is asked by many litigants is, “Can I recover my attorneys’ fees for this case”. The American Rule on attorneys’ fees is generally that each litigant or party…more
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Jimerson & Cobb Blawg Post

Part I of this posting discussed various considerations with proving contractor negligence in Florida. Part II of this posting will discuss defenses and hurdles in proving such negligence. Just as the Plaintiff has the burden…more
| Construction Law

Dissolving a LLC Organized in Florida

A Limited Liability Company (“LLC”) is a business entity structure which is allowed by Chapter 608, Florida Statute. As a result, what the statute creates, the statute can also take away. A LLC allows its owners (called…more
| Commercial Law & Contracts

2010 Florida Building Code

The 2010 edition of the Florida Building Code took effect March 15, 2012. Generally, the most significant changes were to wind load design and construction. Recent studies have confirmed what everyone in the state suspected: …more
| Construction Law

2010 Florida Building Code

Chapter 558 of the Florida Statues, otherwise known as “Florida’s Construction Defect Statute” requires an owner to send a written notice to contractors, subcontractors, developers, suppliers and design professionals which…more
| Construction Law

5 Things You Should Know About Florida's Construction Defect Statute

Chapter 558 of the Florida Statues, otherwise known as “Florida’s Construction Defect Statute” requires an owner to send a written notice to contractors, subcontractors, developers, suppliers and design professionals which…more
| Construction Law
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