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Florida’s Pot Laws and Broward’s Construction Industry

January 13, 2018

How Do New Regulations Affect Construction Workers in Fort Lauderdale & Hollywood? Florida’s recent move to approve a more comprehensive public medical marijuana program will have a considerable impact on employers in the 2018. In November 2016, Florida, along with Arkansas, North Dakota, and Montana, voted to join the 25 read more...

Florida’s Statutes of Limitations: Construction Cases

November 27, 2017

If you’re weighing legal action against a contractor, subcontractor, construction company or property owner in Fort Lauderdale or Hollywood, don’t make the mistake of thinking you have forever to file a construction lawsuit. Any such litigation in Broward County is subject to rules set forth at the Florida state level, read more...

The Miller Act’s Impact on Fort Lauderdale Contractors

November 16, 2017

What is the Miller Act? In 1893, the United States government enacted a law known as the Heard Act. This Act stated that any construction company performing work for the U.S. government must carry a performance bond. Later, this Act was changed to include a bond securing payment for all read more...

Expired contractor license penalties

March 7, 2017

If a contractor’s license lapses and no contracting work is being performed by the unlicensed contractor, there’s no problem. However, if a person chooses to act in the capacity of a contractor without being licensed to do so, the penalties may be severe. Those penalties are covered in Florida Statute read more...