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Transparency in Construction: The Benefits and Tips for Improvement

Now more than ever, employees desire to know about the intentions, motivations, and decisions of their company leaders. Companies that are willing to be more open with their employees will see an improvement in their work culture. This is why transparency is so valuable. Transparency is a willingness to be open about information, and it […]

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The Art of the Demand Letter Part 3

In this three-part series, our Florida contractor attorneys are discussing the art of the demand letter. In the first section, we discussed why sending a demand letter can be a quick and cost-effective way to resolve a dispute. In the second section, we provided you with some important information to include in this document. In […]

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The Art of the Demand Letter Part 2

When an owner owes a contractor money, this can lead to a lot of stress. Perhaps subcontractors need to be compensated, or maybe this lack of payment results in not having enough working capital to invest in other projects. There are many negative consequences that can transpire because of an owner’s refusal to make payment. […]

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The Art of the Demand Letter Part 1

Contractors have many concerns. Whether it’s dealing with an OSHA citation, construction defect, defamation claim, or any other type of dispute, a South FL contractor lawyer is here to assist you. However, perhaps the biggest concern a contractor faces is an owner that is behind in payments or simply refuses to compensate the contractor for […]

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Social Media Liability and the Construction Industry Part 4

As new technologies change the way professionals approach construction projects, it’s important to always consider effective ways you can adapt your process to best align with these changes. Although it may not be a primary concern of contractors, this includes the way we view and utilize social media platforms. In the first and second sections […]

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Social Media Liability and the Construction Industry Part 3

In section one and two of this four-part series, we discussed many of the reasons why your construction company should be utilizing social media applications to bolster your business. Whether it’s LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram, there are many benefits to promoting your business using social media platforms. Of course, sometimes the simplicity of using […]

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Social Media Liability and the Construction Industry Part 2

Although the average age of construction professionals has significantly increased over the last twenty years, social media applications are becoming increasingly popular for construction businesses. As companies see the positive results that effective social media strategies deliver, they will continue to utilize the technology more and more. Of course, as Orlando construction attorneys, we know […]

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Why Large Corporations Prefer to be Self-Insured

Your company may benefit from opting out of a traditional insurance plan in favor of self-insurance. Historically, only large corporations implemented their own insurance plans, but the potent combination of changes in health care regulations and rising premiums have enabled small to medium-sized businesses to take advantage of being self-insured. Why do large corporations prefer […]

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Social Media Liability and the Construction Industry Part 1

As technologies continue to evolve, construction businesses are going through the process of adapting to these changes. Although updating your building practices with state-of-the-art equipment and utilizing software management systems are a few effective means of enhancing your projects with groundbreaking technology, there are many other ways to incorporate the newest and best innovations into […]

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What is the Little Miller Act?

You’ve likely heard about the Miller Act, a commonly cited piece of legislation that requires a general contractor to obtain a performance bond and a payment bond before they can be awarded a federal contract in excess of $100,000. This act helps bolster the quality of work in construction by ensuring project completion and payment. […]

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