Gunster attorney Nick Elder recently penned a commentary piece in the Jacksonville Daily Record regarding construction defect litigation. One of the most important responsibilities of an attorney when evaluating a claim is to identify the risks and potential exposure resulting from a lawsuit. “Because potential prejudgment interest sums in construction litigation often are significant, equitable considerations should be included in any presuit analysis,” said Elder in the article.
Elder is a member of the business litigation and construction practice groups in Gunster’s Jacksonville office. He has experience representing clients in a variety of matters, including construction defect claims, complex commercial litigation and multi-faceted contractual disputes. Elder assists his clients by seeking to provide crucial pre-litigation advice on alternative dispute resolution, as well as calculated strategies once litigation becomes necessary.
Read the full article: The role of prejudgment interest in construction defect litigation