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Charles B. Jimerson
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Jimerson Birr welcomes inquiries from the media and do our best to respond to deadlines. If you are interested in speaking to a Jimerson Birr lawyer or want general information about the firm, our practice areas, lawyers, publications, or events, please contact us via email or telephone for assistance at (904) 389-0050.

Protecting Your Business From a Ransomware Attack, a Panel Presentation on Trends, Tips & Best Practices

October 26, 2021 Presentations, Videos Technology, Banking and Financial Services, Cannabis, Communications & Media, Community Associations, Construction, Corporate Counsel, Education, Energy and Utilities, Franchising, Government Entities, Healthcare, Hospitality, Insurance, Manufacturing and Distribution, Professional Services, Real Estate Development, Sales & Leasing, Transportation and Logistics

A successful ransomware attack can cost a business hundreds of thousands of dollars or more in cash, plus weeks of lost productivity and temporary or permanent loss of records, information, and long-term customer trust. Companies of all sizes – even those with good IT services – have become victims, and […]

Commercial Real Estate Transactions: How to Avoid Common Buyers’ Pitfalls Presentation

June 16, 2021 Presentations, Videos Real Estate Development, Sales & Leasing

On Tuesday, June 15, 2021 from 12:00 PM-1:00 PM, three attorneys from our Real Estate Development, Sales and Leasing team presented Commercial Real Estate Transactions: How to Avoid Common Buyers’ Pitfalls. This event was geared towards anyone involved in the purchase of land or real estate on the commercial side. […]

Critical Construction Contract Provisions for Subcontractors

April 1, 2021 Presentations, Videos Construction

On Wednesday, March 31, 2021 from 12:00 PM-1:00 PM, three of our partners presented Critical Construction Contract Provisions: What Subcontractors Should Know to Protect Their Bottom Line. This webinar covered critical contract provisions that you need to know to safeguard your project. Specifically, this presentation will help subcontractors identify crucial […]

Banking & Financial Services Industry Webinar: Properly Handling Mortgage Foreclosures

March 24, 2021 Presentations, Videos Banking and Financial Services

On Tuesday, March 23, 2021, four of our partners presented Properly Handling Mortgage Foreclosures. This presentation was moderated by the firm’s managing partner, and is geared towards special asset departments of banks and financial institutions. This webinar addressed what is new in foreclosures, including recent developments in the law since […]

Releasing Liens & Timelines

December 23, 2020 FAQs Construction

Q: What are the significant deadlines after the Lien is recorded to be aware of? A: A copy of the Claim of Lien must be served on the owner within fifteen (15) days from the date it is recorded. Thereafter, a lienor must file a lawsuit to foreclose the Claim […]

Notice to Owner & Notice of Commencement

December 23, 2020 FAQs Construction

Q: Where are Notices of Commencement located? A: Lienors can obtain copies of recorded notices of commencement from the county public records where the real property is located. Otherwise, the lienor may inquire to the building department for that county, job site bulletin boards or through Notice to Owner services. […]

Lien Requirements, when you can Lien & Avenues for Recovery

December 23, 2020 FAQs Construction

Q: What avenue for recovery exists for projects on public property? A: The exemption of public property arises from the alternative remedy of recovery provided by Fla. Stat. §255.05. This statute, in most instances, requires the general contractor on a public project to provide a payment bond, which serves as […]

Lien Law Overview & Definitions

December 23, 2020 FAQs Construction

Q. Florida Construction Lien Law Executive Summary A; The Construction Lien Law, formerly known as the Mechanic’s Lien Law, has served as a source of confusion to owners, contractors, suppliers and materialman that seek to enforce its provisions. As outlined in Chapter 713, Florida Statutes, the Construction Lien Law established […]

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