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For as much planning and negotiating that goes in to construction contracts prior to actually beginning construction, such projects nevertheless rarely go according to plan, and there are often delays. While some delays, such as weather-related delays or unforeseen issues with government entities, are unavoidable and must be shouldered by all parties, there is… Read More »
Facing the possibility of being sued is an unfortunate part of doing business, and those in the construction industry are no exception to this rule. When a person contracts to build or renovate space, the work performed may not be up to par, or the owner may have unrealistic expectations. In either case, the… Read More »
Jack Linkhorst player of the game. 4/6/18.
Adam Linkhorst quoted in the news about the FIU bridge collapse: “Contractors like MCM, it’s not uncommon for there to be lots of little lawsuits not necessarily suggesting bad business practices, or that they do things inappropriately.” Read more here
Letter from the AGC of America to President Trump regarding the new Steel and Aluminum Tariffs Memo by the AGC to private work contractors about the new tariffs To discuss these or any matters related to construction law, please contact us at 561-626-8880 to speak with an experienced construction law attorney www.floridahardhatlaw.com – Linkhorst… Read More »
A modern-day construction project will encounter delays simply because life happens. However, in some cases, a delay will go beyond the standard or expected time frame, and begin to cause real trouble for those involved. While sometimes a delay must simply be borne, there are certain instances in which you may be able to… Read More »
When a government agency wants to build a new building or project, they must solicit public bids. This is designed to ensure that favoritism does not enter into the selection process. However, at times, there are mistakes made or irregularities in the process. When this occurs, a bid protest may be filed by one… Read More »
As laws pertaining to marijuana use, whether based on medicinal or recreational use evolve, the implications of usage will continue to have a growing impact on the construction industry. As such it is important for contractors to keep abreast of the status of the laws pertaining to this important issue. There are a number… Read More »
A significant number of parties must work together in order for a construction project to be completed on time and under budget. Sometimes though issues arise that may delay payment. If a contractor is not paid for its work on a privately owned construction project, Florida offers a remedy in the form of the… Read More »
The Attorneys at Linkhorst & Hockin, P.A. are highly-qualified and community involved Florida construction lawyers exclusively focused on practicing construction law.
The Attorneys at Linkhorst & Hockin, P.A. are highly-qualified and community involved Florida construction lawyers exclusively focused on practicing construction law. Recently, we had the privilege of attending and sponsoring amazing industry events. We attended the Construction Association of South Florida‘s Meet the Contractors Night. We proudly sponsored the NUCA of South Florida‘s Annual… Read More »