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SCHOOL OF CLAIMS SEMINAR

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SCHOOL OF CLAIMS SEMINAR April 25 – 26, 2013 JW Marriott Orlando Grande Lakes Resorts MARK YOUR CALENDAR! Cole, Scott & Kissane is pleased to announce that on April 26, 2013, we will be once again hosting a complimentary Claims Management Seminar at the beautiful JW Marriott Orlando Grande Lakes Resort, 4040 Central Florida Parkway,… Continue Reading

Construction Group Win

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David Salazar and Daniel Levin of Cole, Scott & Kissane’s construction law group recently obtained a final judgment against 9 Plaintiffs in the defense of a roofing contractor awarding the Plaintiffs zero of the $211 million in damages they alleged they sustained as a result of certain alleged construction defects and deficiencies on several commercial… Continue Reading

CSK Trial Win

Posted in Architects, Construction, Construction Contracts, Contractors, Design Professionals, Engineers, Insurance, Uncategorized

George Truitt and Daniel Levin recently defended an architect and his firm against a claim by a homeowner relating to the design of the HVAC system in an 8,000 square foot, custom home on the Intracoastal Waterway in Miami, Florida.  The owner claimed that the system was deficiently designed so that it was not able… Continue Reading

A Tale of Two Districts: Florida Courts Split on the Application of Relation Back To Add Third Party Defendants As Direct Defendants After Expiration of the Statute of Limitations

Posted in Architects, Construction, Contractors, Negligence, Statutes of Limitations, Subcontractors, Uncategorized

The situation is a familiar one. An Owner of a completed construction project notifies the Architect and/or General Contractor of alleged construction deficiencies at a Project. Review by the Architect reveals that the alleged deficiencies, if true, relate to the work of its sub-consultants (or in the case of a General Contractor his subcontractors). The… Continue Reading