Construction Law Report, Summer 20092018-12-11T21:49:24+00:00
08.07.2009 // NEWS, Newsletters
Construction Law Report, Summer 2009

For a copy of Ball Janik LLP’s Summer 2009 Construction practice newsletter, select Construction Law Report.

Inside This Issue are the following articles:

  • “Enforceability of Limitations of Liability Clauses in Professional Services Contracts,” by Phillip E. Joseph and James C. Prichard
  • “Wading in Midstream: Acquiring an Incomplete Project,” by Christopher M. Walters
  • “Trial Court Decision Highlights Unique Character of Construction Defect Claims for Conversion Condominiums,” by Daniel R. Webert

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Ball Janik LLP is a Florida-based law firm offering construction law, construction defect, commercial litigation, insurance recovery, and real estate law to its local and national client base. Founded nearly half a century ago with six lawyers and a four-person support staff, the firm has expanded its capabilities, professionals, and geographic footprint. What began as a firm focused on real property and land use (known then as Ball Janik & Novack) has grown to include the insights of a team of attorneys and staff with a combined six centuries of experience. The firm has been recognized by Chambers USA, U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers®, The Best Lawyers in America©, and Corporate International.
Phillip E. Joseph
Orlando, Florida
James C. Prichard
Orlando, Florida
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