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November 2019 Archives

Why structures aren't always built properly

Construction defects could make it difficult or impossible to live or work in a North Carolina building. Defects can be the result of design errors, the use of inferior materials, or a failure to take environmental factors into account. For example, if a roof is not designed or installed properly, it could result in water getting into the home. If the roof uses defective shingles, it may also be at a higher risk of letting water get into the home.

Toxic mold and environmental problems in North Carolina

Toxic mold and other environmental issues can cause serious health problems when they are present in buildings. These types of problems can arise during construction when poor construction allows moisture to leak inside of the buildings. If your property has toxic mold, it can endanger your health and cause you to lose thousands of dollars.

Construction dispute erupts from health center project

A New York construction project has led to a legal dispute between a plumbing subcontractor and the general construction company managing the medical center expansion in Poughkeepsie. The plumbing company, based in Fairfield, New Jersey, is suing Walsh Group and Consigli, claiming it is owed $5.5 million in past due payments as well as $16.4 million in punitive damages. The plumbing firm argues that it was significantly damaged by excessive changes and cost overruns at the building site. It also says that its work was delayed repeatedly due to design defects and serious construction problems at the site.

Commercial landlord sues WeWork over noise complaints

Commercial lease agreements in North Carolina and around the country often include terms that limit noise or other disruptive behavior, and tenants may face legal consequences when these conditions are ignored. An office building landlord in California recently filed a breach of contract lawsuit against the coworking company WeWork because other tenants complained about construction noise that was allegedly so loud it made conducting normal business impossible. The litigation is the latest in a string of setbacks for WeWork that began in August with a failed initial public offering.

Second Chance Gala 2019

Every year, Triangle Law Group (TLG) attends Second Chance's Evening of Pawsibilities Gala to help raise money to help homeless animals in North Carolina. This year, the ever-growing event was hosted at the Raleigh Convention Center since last year's sold out like crazy! The TLG employees donned their finest dresses and suits and everyone felt a little like a movie star (if only just for the night)!

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