1.0 CLE credit (applied for)
Statutes of Limitations and Repose Applicable to Construction Claims: An Update and Refresher on Florida Law, Practice Pointers, and Traps for the Unwary
- When does the Clock begin to Tick? The law and facts that affect accrual of construction claims.
- When does the Clock Pause? Tolling of statutes of limitations.
- Multiple Clocks? How the cause of action pursued may change the applicable limitations period.
- New Florida Case Law Interpreting The Statute of Repose Applicable to Construction Claims.
- Claims by Condominium Associations and Claims against Sureties
- Practice Pointers for Pursuing and Presenting Repose and Limitations Defenses
Brandon Held, Esq. is a shareholder with Mills Paskert Divers. Brandon practices complex commercial litigation, where he concentrates his practice on construction and surety related matters. In his construction practice, Brandon has represented contractors (both general contractors and subcontractors), and engineers in construction and business related disputes. Brandon has also assisted his contractor clients pre-suit with negotiations regarding monies owed, alleged defects, and various contract matters to prevent litigation. In his surety practice, with respect to construction, Brandon handles a variety of commercial surety claims (performance and payment bond) on both public and private projects.
Emily W. Morrell, Esq. Hill Ward Henderson. Emily is an Associate in the firm's Construction & Design and Commercial Litigation Groups. She frequently is engaged in construction claims, design claims, contract documents, project management, and insurance and surety areas. Her practice primarily involves representing owners, developers, contractors, subcontractors, design professionals, and sureties in construction defect disputes, bond claims, lien foreclosure actions, and complex commercial litigation.
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