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Forty-Two Attorneys Recognized in Florida Super Lawyers 2022

By Appellate, Bankruptcy and Creditors' Rights, Business Transactions, Construction, Corporate Mergers and Acquisitions, Eminent Domain and Property Rights Litigation, Estate and Trust Planning, Health Care, Intellectual Property, Litigation and Dispute Resolution, News, Personal Injury, Publications, Real Estate and Lending Transactions, Tax

Forty-Two Attorneys Recognized in Florida Super Lawyers 2022 Two Attorneys Listed in Top Categories June 24, 2022 – TAMPA, FL – Trenam Law is pleased to announce that forty-two attorneys were recognized in the 2022 edition of Florida Super Lawyers. Two attorneys were recognized in the “Top Lists” including Lara…

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Trenam Law Receives High Marks by Prestigious Chambers and Partners for 2022

By Bankruptcy and Creditors' Rights, Construction, Corporate Mergers and Acquisitions, News, Real Estate and Lending Transactions

TRENAM LAW RECEIVES HIGH MARKS BY PRESTIGIOUS CHAMBERS AND PARTNERS FOR 2022 Fourteen Attorneys and Four Practice Areas Receive Recognition TAMPA, FL – June 2, 2022 – Trenam Law has been ranked among the top Florida law firms in Chambers USA 2022 America’s Leading Lawyers for Business, an annual publication by…

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Attorney Aaron Reichelson Authors Article “Stuck with an unfinished construction project? Don’t end up paying contractors twice,” for the Tampa Bay Business Journal

By Construction

Because of the surge in residential construction projects during the pandemic, particularly new swimming pools, a growing number of projects have stalled before completion with contractors taking on more work than they can handle. Amid this trend, Aaron Reichelson authored an article for the May 28 issue of Tampa Bay…

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Attorney Aaron Reichelson Authors Article “Stuck with an unfinished construction project? Don’t end up paying contractors twice,” for the Tampa Bay Business Journal

By Construction

Because of the surge in residential construction projects during the pandemic, particularly new swimming pools, a growing number of projects have stalled before completion with contractors taking on more work than they can handle. Amid this trend, Aaron Reichelson authored an article for the May 28 issue of Tampa Bay…

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Gregg Hutt Discusses What Developers are Facing for Unpaid Construction and Labor Contracts with Tampa Bay Times

By Construction, News

Development teams behind Water Street Tampa are facing at least 20 liens and disputes on buildings in their growing downtown mini-city, all for unpaid construction and labor contracts within the past year. The groups, including builders and limited liability corporations tied to developers and land owners, owe more than $30.1…

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Don Mastry is Featured in Catalyst as He Reflects on a Half-Century of Development in St. Pete

By Construction, News, Real Estate and Lending Transactions

Attorney Don Mastry is the public face of many real estate projects at St. Petersburg City Council and other local government hearings. Mastry, a shareholder at the St. Petersburg office of the Trenam law firm, represents developers and landowners in zoning and permitting hearings. But he started his career as…

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Trenam Law Receives 21 Tier-1 Rankings in U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Law Firms” List 2021

By Appellate, Bankruptcy and Creditors' Rights, Business Transactions, Construction, Eminent Domain and Property Rights Litigation, Estate and Trust Planning, Litigation and Dispute Resolution, News, Personal Injury, Private Client Services, Real Estate and Lending Transactions, Securities, Tax

Firm Ranked in 35 Practice Areas in Tampa Bay Region Trenam Law is pleased to announce that the firm received 21 top-tier rankings in the 2021 edition of U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Law Firm” rankings in the Tampa and St. Petersburg metropolitan regions.  Overall, Trenam Law received 35…

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Cat DiPaolo Authors Article for Construction Executive on How Contractors Can Manage Supplier and Vendor Relationships as COVID-19 Disruptions Continue

By Construction, Litigation and Dispute Resolution, News

Originally published by Construction Executive on October 6, 2020.  You can view the original post here. As the world continues to weather the worst pandemic outbreak in more than a century, causing disruptions across a wide swath of businesses, contractors that navigate the current crisis alongside their suppliers and vendors…

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Nikole Garcia discusses the state of new construction finance in Construction Dive

By Construction, News, Real Estate and Lending Transactions

Despite the economic fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic, an August 24, 2020 article in Construction Dive, which included insight from Trenam’s Nikole Garcia, noted that finances remain available for projects. However, owners remain hesitant to break ground. “What I am hearing from lenders is that they want to make loans…

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