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Employment Law

    United States Citizenship and Immigration Services - Changes to the I-9

    New Federal Overtime Regulations - Part 2    

    New Federal Overtime Regulations - Part 1

    New Year, New Rules: What Your Company Needs to Know for 2015 - Part 2

    New Year, New Rules: What Your Company Needs to Know for 2015 - Part 1

    Managing OSHA Risk & Effectively Responding to OSHA Citations

    Labor & Employment Highlights     

    Overtime Claims

    Corporate Services

 

Roofing

    Insurance Authorizations

    Roofing: Immediate Release

    Roofing Warranties

    Hurricane Season: Arbitration 2009

 

Legislative Updates

    Florida Legislative Update, 2012

    Florida Legislative Update, 2010

    Florida Legislative Update, 2009

    Florida Legislative Update, 2008

    Florida Legislative Update, 2007

 

Construction

    Firm Attorney, Jose A. Rodriguez, Esq., Achieves Board Recognition as a Construction Law Expert

    Top Ten Construction Clauses - Part 9 - Payment Terms

    Top Ten Construction Clauses - Part 8 - Incorporation by Reference

    Jury Orders Constractors to Pay Medical Facility Owner 2 Million Dollars

    Top Ten Construction Clauses - Part 7 - No Damages for Delay

    Top Ten Construction Clauses - Part 6 - Pay If Paid and Pay When Paid Clauses

    Top Ten Construction Clauses - Part 5 - The Termination for Convenience Clause

    Top Ten Construction Clauses - Part 4 - Force Majeure

    Top Ten Construction Clauses - Part 3 - Liquidated Damages Provisions

    Top Ten Construction Clauses - Part 2 - Claims for Consequential Damages

    Top Ten Construction Clauses - Part 1 - Indemnification

    Lienable Items Under Florida Statue 713

    Buying Steel on Amazon?

    Conditional Payment Bonds: A Trap for the Unwary

    New Construction Project? First Things First

    EEOC Guidelines & Case Law Update

    Construction Claims/FL Statue of Limitations

    Protecting Yourself /Bankrupt Customers

    Overview Florida Lien Requirements  

    Florida 2008 Construction Case Law

    Customer Files For Bankruptcy; What Next?

    Suppliers Beware!

    Letters of Credit

 

 

 

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