DBR: Lawyers See Boom in Construction Practice
By Kluger, Kaplan, Silverman, Katzen & Levine, P.L. October 13, 2014
A total of $723 million in contracts for future commercial and residential construction were awarded in South Florida in June, up 101 percent from $360 million in the same month a year before, according to Dodge Research Analytics. Kluger Kaplan founding member Alan Kluger spoke to John Pacenti of the Daily Business Review about what this construction boom means for litigation.
“It’s what I call good-economy construction litigation, meaning that things are being built and they are selling,” said Kluger. “We are in a boom. There is no doubt about it.”
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