Fort Lauderdale Partner Gary Brown Publishes Update To His Book Florida Construction Defect Litigation

Arnstein & Lehr LLP Fort Lauderdale partner Gary Brown recently published an update to his book, Florida Construction Defect Litigation. It covers the legal framework within which construction defect claims are addressed, typical claims and defenses, contractual considerations, standards of care for contractors and design professionals, the applicability of insurance and surety bonds, and the role of experts. This book is a great resource for:

  • Developers, owners, and contractors
  • Real estate and construction attorneys
  • Personal injury attorneys
  • Insurance defense firms
  • Insurance and surety companies
  • Libraries (both legal and public libraries)

The new chapter in Florida Construction Defect Litigation, focuses on the arbitration of construction defect claims under state (Florida) and federal law such as pros and cons of arbitration, applicable statutes, the proceedings, enforcement of arbitration decisions, etc.

Find more information about the book here.

Gary Brown is a partner in the Fort Lauderdale office of Arnstein & Lehr LLP and is a member of the firm’s Construction Practice Group. He is Board Certified by The Florida Bar in Construction Law. He practices in general commercial and business litigation, handling both complex and routine matters for clients with special expertise in construction-related matters. Gary has practiced law since 1995 in state and federal trial and appellate courts throughout Florida, where he has gained extensive experience in both trial and arbitration proceedings.

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