We defend contractors in licensing disputes on both a local and State level. We respond to Department of Business and Professional Regulation investigations and argue before the Construction Industry Licensing Board and Electrical Contractors Licensing Board on behalf of contractors. We also defend architects, engineers and other design professional in front of their governing boards. The types of claims we defend include complaints based on misallocation of funds, judgments relating to the practice of construction, renting your license, abandonment of a project, improper licensure, failure to obtain a permit, fraud, negligence and failure to notify DBPR of prior criminal convictions.
Based on a significant shift in leadership, many are speculating on possible changes to OSHA’s practices enforcement going into 2018. Given the current administration’s reputation for opposing regulation, some believe that OSHA will start to favor compliance rather than enforcement.
With the number of cases continuing to rise, the coronavirus (COVID-19) has proven to be a global threat, not only to the public at large,...
As many states allow their stay-at-home orders to expire, Colorado has entered into a new phase named “Safer at Home.” Essential and nonessential businesses alike...
North Carolina is going through a difficult time. The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has resulted in a potential $5 billion short