ORLANDO, FL – September 17, 2014 – Trevor B. Arnold, shareholder in GrayRobinson’s Orlando office, presented at a construction seminar on September 10, 2014 titled “Building High Performance Buildings – Not High Risk Buildings: How to Avoid Design and Construction Defects in Today’s Project,” hosted by HalfMoon Education Inc. The workshop discussed why some buildings are more at risk for failure than others and how to achieve consistently good results. Arnold’s presentation, titled “Contract Forms, Terminology and Language to Adopt that Reduces Your Risk,” specifically discussed ways to fairly allocate risk between the various parties, what historical contract language to discard, and what language to adopt.
Arnold focuses his practice on civil litigation. He is board certified in construction law by The Florida Bar. Arnold handles and has experience with a wide variety of construction disputes, including personal injuries/deaths during or after construction, defects and/or failures and delays and/or inefficiencies. He has also lectured on numerous construction law issues including The American Institute of Architects (AIA) contracts, design professional liability and "Green Building" or LEED issues.
Arnold also handles various commercial and business litigation including disputes regarding contracts, leases, franchises, business torts, trade secrets, intellectual property, product liability, insurance and employment and non-competition agreements. His practice further includes election law, local government matters, insurance and personal injury.