In an article written by Elias Hinckley, a partner with the firm of Sullivan and Worcester, the author notes the politicalization of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.
We have on several occasions discussed the major infrastructure projects currently under construction at PortMiami, and how the port is a prime location for public-private partnerships (P3s) in the coming years.
A recent report published by commercial brokerage company Marcus & Millichap, projects an improved financial environment for owners of office buildings in the second half of the year as a result of lower vacancy and increased rents.
Question: Our homeowners’ association documents authorize the association to collect a $500 security deposit from a tenant who leases a home within the community.
Property rights are “sacrosanct” in Canada… or at least that is what courts tell us. The practical reality is somewhat different.
Just yesterday the Respondents in the Mount Holly Gardens housing discrimination case pending in the U.S. Supreme Court filed their brief explaining why disparate impact claims are indeed viable under the federal Fair Housing Act (FHA).
The Third Circuit Parts Ways with the Second Circuit When It Comes to Contribution Rights Under CERCLA
In Trinity Industries, Inc. v. Chicago Bridge & Iron Co., the Third Circuit Court of Appeals held that a party that has resolved its environmental liability only under state law may nevertheless pursue contribution from other responsible parties under the federal CERCLA statute, at least in some instances.
The following are the 10 most frequently asked questions by Condominium Associations that are facing potential claims for construction defects…
Many South Florida-based companies conduct business operations throughout Latin America. Typically, these operations are conducted though wholly-owned foreign subsidiaries
Under the Mitigation Fee Act, when a city imposes a fee, dedication, reservation or other exaction on a development project, the developer has the right to pay under protest, obtain the necessary project approvals and proceed with construction, while at the same time disputing the legality of the requirement.