Category Archives: Construction Litigation

THE SECRET TO APPEARING PRO HAC VICE IN THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF FLORIDA

The Southern District of Florida is, arguably, the best place in the country to litigate Federal Claims. However, attorneys appearing pro hac vice often underestimate the importance of the choice of local counsel they associate. Worse, many attorneys appearing pro hac vice in the Southern District of Florida rely on the reputation of a firm, or its size, in determining who to associate as local counsel, neither of these factors are relevant, the attorney, not the firm, is the important
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GAINING THE ADVANTAGE HANDLING FRIVOLOUS LAWSUITS

The cost of doing business successfully today, is that lawsuits are bound to happen, and many of them will be frivolous lawsuits. Routinely frivolous lawsuits are pursued by attorneys who know that even a frivolous lawsuit can be successful against companies who know it is cheaper to pay a settlement than spend years paying attorneys to wind through state court systems. There is a way to fight back, using a trick that puts frivolous lawsuit filers into waters they do
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How High Can You Go in Florida?

Tall buildings tend to catch people’s attention in any city—even more so if they seem to literally scrape the sky, towering over the structures around them. Buildings with many stories also give property owners and developers the opportunity to rent out their space for a variety of uses—office buildings, storefronts, storage spaces, etc., which can expand existing business models and promote growth. However, for developers who want to utilize land and space around a Florida airport, height considerations become incredibly
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