Florida Court Overrules Decision Denying Fees in Miller Act Claim

Earlier this year, a Florida appellate court overruled a decision denying a claim for attorneys’ fees by a prime contractor and its surety after prevailing in its defense of a Miller Act claim. In U.S.A. f/u/b/o RMP Capital Corp. v. Turner Construction Co., 2017 WL 244066 (11th Cir. 2017), a subcontractor and sub-subcontractor on a…

Modifications to Required Contractual Disclosures

The legislature recently passed a modification to the Florida Homeowners’ Construction Recovery Fund provision which is required in construction contracts. The language was revised as follows: FLORIDA HOMEOWNERS’ CONSTRUCTION RECOVERY FUND PAYMENT, UP TO A LIMITED AMOUNT, MAY BE AVAILABLE FROM THE FLORIDA HOMEOWNERS’ CONSTRUCTION RECOVERY FUND IF YOU LOSE MONEY ON A PROJECT PERFORMED…

Overtime Rule Enforcement Delayed

The proposed changes to the FLSA provision governing overtime pay have been a major concern amongst small and larger businesses nationwide. The most controversial proposed change involved the increase of the “salary test” threshold from $23,660 to $47,476. Essentially, this would mean that any salaried worker making below this new threshold could be a viable…

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