Andrew Foti, Partner, Katz Barron to Navigating the Use of Economic Loss Rule in Construction Litigation

Top Quote The Knowledge Group, the leading producer of regulatory focused webcasts, has announced today that Andrew Foti, Partner, Katz Barron will speak at the Knowledge Group’s webcast entitled: “Navigating the Use of Economic Loss Rule in Construction Litigation: Practical Tips and Strategies LIVE Webcast.” End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) February 06, 2020 - This event is scheduled for Thursday, February 13, 2020 from 12:00PM to 1:30PM ET.

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    About Andrew Foti
    Andrew focuses his practice in all aspects of construction law and commercial litigation. He blends his legal experience and business background to provide practical advice and counsel regarding contract formation, administration, breaches, defaults, defects, delays, terminations, and claims evaluation.

    He negotiates contracts on behalf of owners and general contractors on a wide range of commercial and residential projects, including retail, office, multifamily and homes.

    In addition, Andrew has been involved in litigations ranging from hundreds of thousands of dollars to bet-the-company disputes involving tens of millions of dollars. The cases involve high profile public buildings and roads, hotels, condominiums, and high-end homes.

    Kevin has extensive experience in Dodd-Frank compliance, bank/thrift and holding company regulation, enforcement and transactional matters, troubled bank issues; credit card and consumer financial compliance laws, UDAAP issues, cybersecurity and data privacy/protection issues, compliance laws impacting payments systems, mergers and acquisitions, depository institution powers and activities, cross border regulation of financial firms, legislative matters and analysis, mortgage market regulation, and corporate governance.

    About Katz Barron
    Katz Barron is a full-service law firm with offices in Miami and Fort Lauderdale. Founded in 1977, our firm is an enduring presence in the South Florida community, offering a sophisticated scope of legal services that reflects the needs of its broad-based local, national and international clientele.

    Our attorneys, administrators and support staff are committed to a tradition of client satisfaction and to the execution of legal strategies that are responsive to the realities of the 21st Century

    The significance of economic loss rule in construction litigation cannot be overstressed. The rule, a judge-established doctrine that bars parties to extend the reach of bargained-for remedies under an agreement, enables construction law attorneys to determine the type of claim that a certain party can bring against the other parties.

    With the continuous emergence of significant judicial developments, the use of economic loss rule in construction lawsuits evolves. Securing up-to-date knowledge of the recent judicial trends is crucial in devising effective litigation strategies.

    In this LIVE Webcast, construction litigation attorneys Andrew J. Foti (Katz Barron) and Steven Nudelman (Greenbaum, Rowe, Smith & Davis) will provide an in-depth analysis of the fundamentals as well as recent developments regarding the use of economic loss rule in construction litigation. As experts, they will also present the key takeaways from notable cases and offer practical strategies in bringing out the best in these lawsuits in a rapidly evolving legal climate.

    Key topics include:
    • Economic Loss Rule: What You Must Know
    • Recent Developments in Construction Litigation
    • Notable Cases and Critical Issues
    • Addressing Pitfalls
    • Best Litigation Strategies

    About The Knowledge Group
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