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Notice of Turnover...Now What?
Alan Tannenbaum, Esq.: All right. It's 11:04 and we are going to begin. So I'm Alan Tannenbaum. Tannenbaum, Lemole & Kleinberg, we have offices in Orlando, Clearwater, Sarasota, and Fort Myers. And that basically defines the market that we work in. From the Space Coast across Central Florida, little bit north of Tampa Bay and down to Naples. We...
Smart Board & Property Manager Legal Guide: Building & Site Defect Negotiations - Pitfalls to Avoid
Alan Tannenbaum, Esq.:Welcome, everybody. We're going to get started in about two minutes. Just want to say hello to make sure that you know you weren't missing anything. We usually give a few minutes for people to get on. So in about two minutes we're going to get started. (silence). Okay. One more minute, we're going to get started. (silence). On...
Keys to Selecting a Great Expert in Construction Defect Cases
Video Transcript: Alan Tannenbaum, Esq.:So welcome everybody. Send your questions through the chat function, stay on mute during the program and any questions we don't get to, we'll try to get to afterwards. So again, thanks for joining us. The program today is about forensic engineering. The value of it, why it exists, how it is here to support co...
Repair & Maintenance Obligations
The Smart Board & Property Manager Legal Guide: Repair & Maintenance Obligations
Alan Tannenbaum, Esq.: We take homeowners associations and condo associations through turnover, help set up their engineering and accounting studies, post turnover for the groups that are interested in pursuing claims, both for HOAs and condos. We're involved heavily in that. We also do repair consulting as construction lawyers, so on major repair ...
Connected Townhomes Administered by Florida HOAs
Alan Tannenbaum, Esq.: Everybody. We're going to try to keep everybody on mute during the presentation. To keep the crosstalk down. We will have an opportunity at the end to answer some questions. If you have questions, send them through the chat feature. We do look at them and hopefully we can get to them. For those of you who this is your first s...
VIDEO: Guest Panelist Engineer Felix Martin, P.E., S.E.
Whether new building post-turnover, or a 40 year old building in need of rehab, or streets or other site improvements which are showing signs of distress, building defects are often not discernable without some level of invasive examination and testing. In our next panel, we will feature engineer Felix Martin, P.E., S.E., who has investigated tens ...
HOA & COA Guide to Multi-Family Re-Roofing Project
Jon Lemole, Esq.: Good morning everybody and thank you for joining us. This is a great panel we've got planned for you today. We're happy that, so far, we've got 176 people joining us today. That's huge. We really appreciate that and we're glad that we see a lot of return faces, so I'll take that as a compliment that we're delivering some value for...
Lessons Learned from the Tragic Surfside Collapse
Video Transcript: Alan Tannenbaum: I'm here with my partners, Salvatore Scro and Jon Lemole. Our presentation today is on Surfside Incident, Lessons Learned. So, I've been a construction defect lawyer for, going on 43 years. I've also assisted associations around the state in major repair projects, which is the basic substance of our practice. I've...
Aging Condo Buildings – Repair or Abandon
Even if expensive, by statute necessary repairs cannot be avoided for aging condominium buildings. Allowing the buildings to deteriorate could constitute a material alteration for which a unit owner could take issue. Termination is a cumbersome process, but should it be considered for aging condo properties? Does repairing the buildings no longer m...