Smith, Currie & Hancock LLP
Size of Organization: 62
Year Established: 1965Web Site: http://www.smithcurrie.com
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The firm was established in 1965 and is one of the largest law firms in the United States concentrating in Construction Law and Government Contracts, as well as handling Commercial matters, Litigation, Arbitration and Mediation. Clients include multinational and Fortune 500 Companies and Trade Associations.
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Documents by Smith, Currie & Hancock LLP on Martindale.com
Design Professionals Receive Limited Statutory Immunity
Brian A. Wolf, April 29, 2013
On April 24, 2013 Governor Scott signed Senate Bill 286 into law creating section 558.0035, Florida Statutes. This new law grants individual design professionals employed by a business entity or an agent of the entity immunity from liability for economic damages resulting from negligence occurring...
Subcontractor Terminations on Design-Build Projects
Joseph C. Staak, April 22, 2013
Owners like design-build construction because it places more risk on the design-builder, which accepts the responsibility for both design and construction. Design-builders have success when they understand these risks, assemble a knowledgeable team, and stick to projects in their comfort zone....
Garfield and the Puzzling Negotiation That Resolved a Labor Inefficiency Claim
Eugene J. Heady, April 10, 2013
Lasso in hand, Garfield stood stoically up against the magnificent Saguaro Cactus, its five arms towering above him. The scorching desert sun beat down on him. Garfield peered out from beneath the brim of his cowboy hat, which was tipped forward covering the oversized white of his left eye. The...