Tag: Construction Law

Local Government Law Attorney Zach Lombardo Discusses Contracting at Community Meeting

WPL Local Government Law attorney Zach Lombardo addressed a community meeting over the weekend hosted by the Collier County NAACP at River Park Community Center on legal issues in contracting after storms. At the meeting, he participated in much-needed discussions about verifying contractor licensing, construction contracts, and construction liens. Thank you, Zach, for making a […]

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Rebuilding After Hurricane Ian: Construction Liens Explained

By Lenore T. Brakefield, Naples Construction Law Attorney Hurricane Ian was strong, but Southwest Florida is stronger. Look almost anywhere in Collier and Lee Counties, and you will see the recovery efforts of many as we rebuild and repair homes, buildings, docks, pools, decks, and other structures throughout our community. However, many construction projects run […]

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What Is Commercial Litigation?

By Lenore T. Brakefield, Florida Litigation Attorney Civil litigation involves claims between individuals, commercial litigation is a lawsuit involving a corporation, partnership, or other business entity. There are many reasons a business or entrepreneur may be involved in a commercial dispute. A commercial dispute that comes under federal or state business regulations may involve one […]

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Home Remodeling in a Flood Zone: The 50% Rule

By Cameron Grant Woodward, Esq. When it comes to living in Southwest Florida, we have it pretty good:  beaches, golf, boating, you name it, Southwest Florida can likely offer it. But one thing we have that nobody wants is flood zones. Living within a flood zone has its own set of rules and regulations that […]

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