» Randolph W. Ortlieb

What is Better than a Pre-Judgment Writ of Attachment?

A major concern collecting a business debt is whether the debtor has the assets to satisfy a money judgment and whether the assets will be available once a judgment is rendered for the creditor. The writ of attachment is a powerful tool to secure pro… Read More
Read More
Categories: Articles

Good News, Bad News: The CASp Report

First, some bad news. A CASp report[1] is now required by law for commercial properties when a lease is negotiated. The good news: when you have a CASp report, you have the power to correct accessibility problems and to defend ADA lawsuits. For a sum… Read More
Read More

ADA Lawsuit Reform – SB 1186

Introduction The Legislature enacted SB 1186 to address litigation abuse, such as “vexatious litigation” — lawsuits that are not pursued to rectify wrongs or to advance or create a public benefit.[1] As stated by the author of the bill: Vexatio… Read More
Read More

Koontz: A Valuable Weapon Against Government Sponsored Extortion

The U.S. Supreme Court decided a case which bolsters the rights of property owners against government agencies who impose “extortionate” demands or development fees. The opinion was issued on June 25, 2013 in the case of Koontz v. St. Johns River… Read More
Read More
Categories: Articles

Boundaries and Encroachments – A Lesson in Sharing – Part 2

What Does Sharing Have to Do With Encroachments and Boundaries? Sometimes our selfish nature gets the better of us and we fight over things that should be shared. Boundary and encroachment disputes can often be resolved by better understanding how to… Read More
Read More
Categories: Articles

Easements – A Lesson in Sharing – Part 1

What Does Sharing Have to Do With Easements? Sometimes, our selfish nature gets the better of us and we fight over things that should be shared. Easement disputes can often be solved by a better understanding of how conflicting uses should be shared.… Read More
Read More
Categories: Articles

For More Information

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.