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Florida Construction Law News

20APR 2015

CSK Attorneys Published in The Lawyer Issue

by Ryan M. Charlson, Esq.

David Salazar and Craig Distel recently published an article titled “Goodnight Contractors – Sanislo v. Give the Kids” analyzing the Florida Supreme Court’s February 12, 2015 decision in Sanislo v. Give the Kids the World, Inc.[1] and its potential impact on the construction industry. Their article will be appearing in the upcoming edition of The Lawyer Issue, an international publication providing updates to the legal and business community throughout the world.  The Sanislo opinion resolved a conflict regarding the enforceability of exculpatory agreements between the First, Second, Third, Fourth and Fifth District Courts of Appeal and determined that the terms “negligence” or “negligent acts” are not necessary to have an enforceable exculpatory provision. To read more about the Sanislo decision and its potential impact on the construction industry, please follow this link: http://www.lawyerissue.com/good-night-contractors-sanislo-v-give-the-kids/.

[1] No. SC12-2409 (Fla. Feb. 12, 2015) (note: the final opinion has not been released for publication in the permanent law reports and until release, it is subject to revision or withdrawal).

Posted By Ryan M. Charlson, Esq.

Ryan M. Charlson is an Associate in CSK’s Construction Group and practices in the Miami office. Mr. Charlson focuses his practice on construction, products liability, real estate, and insurance coverage disputes. Prior to joining CSK, Mr. Charlson practiced at a national firm that specializes in construction litigation, and more recently, he worked as in-house counsel for one of the nation’s largest real estate developers.