Monthly Archives: September 2019

The Corporate Representative’s Deposition: Proper Preparation Prevents Poor Performance

As my high school baseball coach used to say, “proper preparation prevents poor performance.”  The saying is equally applicable in preparing for any deposition.  Litigation often involves depositions of witnesses, which can be fact witnesses, expert witnesses, as well as … Read Full Post

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The Big Picture on Bid Protests

Bid Protests: Understanding of the Basic Framework Your company just found out that the major multi-million dollar government contract that you spent weeks preparing your best and most competitive bid for has been awarded to another company.  You know your … Read Full Post

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What Construction Professionals Need to Know When Performing Work on Commercial Real Estate

Construction professionals performing work for tenants in a commercial properties face unique challenges.  The construction professional doesn’t want to pass up a good job, but his or her lien rights are limited. As a result, construction professionals want to make … Read Full Post

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Prejudgment Writ of Attachment in Florida

The Motion and Affidavit for Prejudgment Writs of Attachment Normally, attachment occurs after a judgment has been entered by the court.  However, the trial court has the authority to order a writ of attachment to a debtor’s property prior to … Read Full Post

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Minority Shareholder Oppression: Minority Owners Have Rights Too

In a closely held business in which one person or a small group of people have control over the company’s voting majority, life can be made difficult for a minority owner.  Often times when there is a disagreement about the … Read Full Post

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2019 Amendments to Florida’s Riparian Rights Rules (otherwise known as Chapter 18-21, F.A.C.)

Waterfront property is something that has attracted millions of residents to Florida over the years.  Whether it be a single-family home, a large homeowners association, a vibrant condo association or a busy commercial marina, the right to utilize the water … Read Full Post

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You Break It, You Fix It: Commercial Landlords’ Obligations For Repairs Of The Premises

It seems like common sense that if the lease for a commercial space is silent on the issue of who’s responsible for maintenance and repairs of the Premises, including the infrastructure and equipment serving the Premises, that the landlord would … Read Full Post

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