John Caravella of The Law Offices of John Caravella, P.C. was invited to contribute to the September issue of the Nassau County Bar Association’s newsletter on his thoughts and comments surrounding unethical practices in Solar Energy Warranties. To read the full article, please visit the Nassau County Bar Association here. To learn more about Florida Solar… Read more »

Long Island Construction Attorney, John Caravella, Esq, co-presented Strafford’s AIA virtual webinar. Along with Steven Nudelman and Warren F. Jacoby, Mr. Caravella and his other co-presenters discussed the fine details of AIA Contract Documents: 2017 Modifications, Insurance and Bond Exhibit, Owner – Contractor Documents and Owner – Architect Agreements. Within this article, you will have… Read more »

Long Island Construction Law does not own this content. This content was created by the Associated Press and was published to the Long Island Business News on March 22, 2021. U.S. home builders are poised to benefit this spring home buying season amid strong demand, low mortgage rates and an all-time low inventory of previously… Read more »

We have all heard the expression, “Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me.” But, how do we really know when we are being fooled? Though Construction Fraud was not listed in Investopedia’s Most Common Types of Consumer Fraud article, Construction Fraud is more common than you would think. Normally, when… Read more »

Throughout time, circumstances arise where a homeowner feels the need to breach their contract by refusing to pay their contractor or architect for services that were already performed and/or provided.  For example, perhaps a homeowner feels that the contractor’s work is not what was agreed upon or is subpar, or maybe even because the project… Read more »