Orlando, Florida – The firm is pleased to announce that Douglas Ackerman recently collected $1.19 million dollars in a construction defect case. Mr. Ackerman represented the condominium association in a large, upscale project on the Atlantic Coast of Florida. In an all-too-familiar situation, the condominium association inherited from the developer a Project with significant construction defects to the common elements. Although Mr. Ackerman was not retained until just before the.
On March 23, 2016, two of the firm’s attorneys will give a presentation for the Legal Hot Topics Series, offered through Associated Builders and Contractors, Inc.(ABC). Brian Kirwin, will be presenting along with Christene Ford, and will cover key topics for their class titled “Is it ever a good idea to hire a construction lawyer?” The class should be attended by managers, supervisors, human resources personnel and business owners. See.
Orlando, Florida – The firm is pleased to announce that Douglas W. Ackerman recently won a trial, and collected principal damages, prejudgment interest, attorneys’ fees and court costs. The case involved a luxury residence in Winter Park’s coveted 32789 zip code. Mr. Ackerman represented the installer of elaborate stone work on the exterior of the house. When Mr. Ackerman’s client remained unpaid at the conclusion of the work, a construction.
This year Kirwin Norris, P.A. chose a pirate theme for ABC’s 13th Annual Chili-Cook-Off. The ship was manned by Brigette Burton, Laura Hubbard and Danielle Reyes a.k.a., 2 pirates & a parrot. This year’s chili had more of a smokey flavor that had some tasters coming back for seconds! All of the participants took turns going around tasting their competition. There were lots of great chili recipes this year and.
On April 24th some of Kirwin Norris’ attorneys taught courses regarding Construction Law for Public Projects, which was geared towards architects, professional engineers licensed outside of Florida as well as in Florida, and Florida attorneys. Participants in the daylong seminar received continuing education credits for their particular fields. Attorney Douglas Ackerman covered Public Procurement Law Applicable to Construction Contracting. Mr. Ackerman’s session covered Procurement law for counties, municipalities, and other.