Sadly, many properties in Alabama have become unmarketable and, in turn, unusable because the properties are burdened by the piling on of various sorts of government-created liens (tax liens, weed liens, demolition liens, etc.) and/or have clouded titles.
To some degree, blight touches every neighborhood in our state. In some places, it is the exception, and in other places, it is the rule.
Developers, landowners, industry and governmental officials must be aware of the local, state and federal environmental issues, including the increasing demands for water and protection of natural resources that continue to evolve and directly involve the natural, practicable, economical and operational aspects of subdivision development and community. Read more
In today’s construction world, architects and engineers are more and more often finding themselves in the position of a project manager rather than a basic preconstruction architect or engineer working on drawings and proposals. Read more
There are a number of interesting ongoing issues in toxic tort litigation both statewide and nationwide. Read More