Legal Q and A: Before you take that Florida project
The Construction Broadsheet
In this column that appeared in The Construction Broadsheet, attorney Michael C. Larmoyeux Jr., a partner in Bilzin Sumberg's Construction Group, answers a few questions that stem from a recent verdict secured by the Construction group and centers around the idea that inbound general contractors need to take the time to understand the complexities of building within the Florida market, and if they don’t, they could be exposed to significant legal risk.
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Banking Groups Protest Against Expected ESG Regulations
Financial Services Blog
A recent letter addressed to the U.S. Treasury Secretary and a number of financial regulatory agencies, by the American Bankers Association and bank trade associations, demonstrates the growing intensity over the debate on the extent to which Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) disclosures by...
General Counsels Guide To The Lifecycle of a Real Estate Joint Venture
Focus on the Essentials - A CLE Series
Joshua A. Kaplan and David S. Resnick lead a discussion regarding deal considerations and fundamental issues found in every real estate joint venture.
Time to Pay the Piper: New Mandatory Reserve Requirements for Florida Condominiu...
Contributing Factors to Condo Terminations: A Blog Series
Until recently, Florida law did not require condominiums to conduct reserve studies, and it allowed unit owners to waive or reduce budgeted reserve contributions through a membership vote. Recent changes to the Florida Condominium Act, however, have reversed course on these issues in light of buildi...
The State of Debt and Equity
Karyl Argamasilla moderates, “The State of Debt and Equity,” at Bisnow’s The Money Conference, where panelist will discuss how financial institutions are viewing, adjusting, and future-proofing current portfolios.