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Join Us for a Discussion About the Legal Risks of Building Green

As the green construction sector continues to grow, more buildings and homes are incorporating sustainable building methods and components.  Whether the owner is seeking to reduce the building’s carbon footprint, or simply save money on energy costs, contractors and design professionals are being relied on to deliver a specific product.  But what happens when the finished building does not achieve the green certification it was seeking, or the building does not perform in the energy efficient way it was supposed to, or the sustainable materials and methods are more expensive than originally agreed upon?

On July 11th, join Attorney Mark J. Stempler at the Mounts Botanical Garden in West Palm Beach for a discussion about the legal issues associated with green building, and how those associated with the project can deal with them, and take steps to protect themselves.  Follow the link below to register.



Mark Stempler

Mr. Stempler focuses his practice in the areas of construction litigation, government bid protests, and civil litigation. He is Board Certified by the Florida Bar in Construction Law, and is certified as a LEED Green Associate by the United States Green Building Council. He represents clients in commercial and residential construction lawsuits, involving defects, delays, contractual disputes, mold claims, liens and lien disputes, bond claims, and insurance disputes. Clients include owners, developers, general contractors, subcontractors, design professionals, sureties, and manufacturers.

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