Our Firm’s construction law attorneys are highly experienced in all aspects of construction litigation and have represented owners, engineers, architects, construction managers, developers, general contractors, sub-contractors and design professionals for both residential and commercial properties on matters relating to construction defects, condominium turnover, contract disputes, payment and performance bond issues, performance claims and mold issues. We have extensive experience in handling disputes and educating our clients in methods of liability avoidance.
We have effectively handled cases in both state and federal courts and routinely work in conjunction with the firm’s real estate attorneys to provide full-services to clients with licensing and permitting needs. Our recent experience in construction law includes:
Construction – Successfully represented multiple stucco contractors in several unrelated multi-party defect matters by obtaining favorable settlements against high-rise condominium owner, apartment complex owner and single-family housing development owner; defended construction defect matter on behalf of roofing contractor filed by a general contractor and its insurer on high profile Miami Beach Condominium project; defended window contractor against claims of construction defects by governmental owner on two separate unrelated buildings; successfully defended defective roofing materials matter on behalf of developer, defended associations from Key West to Palm Beach on various matters relating to plumbing issues, moisture intrusion and mold, defeated indemnity claim of general contractor on behalf of a design professional by filing a Motion for Sanctions as to unsupportable claim involving design of multi-unit townhomes in Tampa leading to dismissal, avoided expensive multi-party litigation through early settlement negotiations on behalf of paint and sealant company.
Commercial Disputes – In a dispute regarding paving contractor’s claim for non-payment successfully defended counter-claim of alleged construction defects and resolved under settlement agreement.