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Construction litigation hopes to stop project

Though construction projects can often bring new amenities or attractions to an area, these projects are not always met with open arms by the people in the area. In some cases, people may believe that the project will bring more negative impacts than benefits or that it will take up land or space that should be protected. If so, it is possible that companies and developers need to defend their projects in construction litigation.

Businesses seek appeals in hopes of blocking construction

When companies feel that their business may be negatively affected by a change in the area, they may want to take steps to prevent detrimental impacts to their operations. However, even if they take legal action, their cases might not prove successful at first. Fortunately, that does not mean that they are out of luck, because appeals can often give them additional opportunities to seek their desired results.

Preparing for business litigation

Dealing with a business dispute can drain you of energy, time and valuable resources. If a client or employee has breached the terms of a contract, you can't get a customer to pay, or another business is violating your intellectual property, you know what it will cost to pursue your rights. However, you certainly can't afford to let the matter go.

Energy facility facing class action litigation over odors

Companies can often face complaints about the ways in which they conduct their operations. In some cases, nearby residents may claim that businesses are making it difficult for the residents to live their lives because of the noise, odor or light pollution that some commercial properties emit. In some cases, those who believe they are affected may file legal claims and try to move forward with class action litigation.

Business litigation underway due to alleged ADA violations

Running businesses means staying compliant with many Florida state and federal laws regarding operations. One of the federal laws that needs to be understood and complied with is the Americans with Disabilities Act. The ADA provides guidelines for how business owners and operators should accommodate the needs of patrons with disabilities, among other topics. If violations of the ADA occur, affected patrons could file lawsuits that lead to business litigation.

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