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Florida Construction Defect Litigation covers a variety of topics and issues, including the legal frame-work 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, the role of experts, arbitration of claims, and finally the proper measure of damages.
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Table of contents
Chapter 1: Usual suspects: Typical Construction Claims and Defenses
Chapter 2: Key Contractual Provisions
Chapter 3: Standards of Care
Chapter 4: Finding the Money: Insurance and Surety Bond Considerations
Chapter 5: The Role of Experts
Chapter 6: Arbitration of Claims
Chapter 7: Mediation of Construction Claims: A Mediator's Perspective
Chapter 8: Damages
Appendix A: [Reserved]
Appendix B: Contract Provision Excerpts
Appendix C: American Arbitration Association Construction Industry Arbitration Rules and Mediation Procedures (effective July 1, 2015)
Appendix D-1: JAMS Engineering and Construction Arbitration Rules & Procedures (effective June 1, 2021)
Appendix D-2: JAMS Engineering and Construction Arbitration Rules & Procedures for Expedited Arbitration (effective February 2015)
Appendix E: [Reserved]
Table of Cases