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FloridaConstruction Law Lawyers in Highlands County, Florida

Construction law cases that arise during building construction including contract disputes, bonds and bonding, sureties, liens, and construction claims. The definitions of construction law include a wide variety of legal issues for the parties involved in the industry including surveyors, builders, construction workers, subcontractors, engineers, planners, and financial institutions. Construction attorneys in Highlands County, Florida represent construction companies and developers dealing with building code requirements before municipalities.

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James V Lobozzo Jr

James V Lobozzo Jr
James V. Lobozzo, Jr. P.A
211 S Ridgewood Dr
Sebring, FL 33870
Licensed for 44 years, James V Lobozzo Jr is a Child Custody / Visitation and Elder Law lawyer who attended University of Florida Levin Col... read more >

Kevin James D'Espies

Kevin James D'Espies
D'Espies Law, P.A.
246 N Commerce Ave
Sebring, FL 33870
Licensed for 41 years, Kevin James D'Espies is a Business Law and Civil Trial Law lawyer who attended Shepard Broad Law Center - Nova South... read more >
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Board Certified in Construction Law

Florida Bar Board Certification in Construction Law - Under Rule 6-24.2, the term "construction law" is the practice of law "dealing with matters relating to the design and construction of improvements on private and public projects including, but not limited to, construction dispute resolution, contract negotiation, preparation, award and administration, lobbying in governmental hearings, oversight and document review, construction lending and insurance, construction licensing...."

Construction law also includes the "analysis and litigation of problems arising out of the Florida Construction Lien Law, section 255.05, Florida Statutes, and the federal Miller Act, 40 U. S.C. Section 270."

Lawyers certified in Construction Law by the Florida Board of Legal Specialization have met the minimum standards for construction law certification. Those standards are set out in Rule 6-24.3 which include the practice of law for at least 5 years, substantial involvement in the specialty of construction law (40% or more), and 45 hours of approved construction law certification continuing legal education. Attorney also submit to peer review and pass a written examination.

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