S HAAS LAW has added more FAQs Videos to the following categories in FL law: Construction Law, Real Estate, Collections & Judgments, and Business Litigation. Click on “FAQs Videos” or the YouTube icon at the top of the firm’s webpage to view at your convenience.
Scott Haas presented to a group of collection managers in the construction industry yesterday in Tampa. The seminar focused on providing tips and analysis of the credit application process. A good credit application, coupled with analysis of information (or omissions) from your potential customer can help you collect and save you time and legal[…]
“Knowing WHO You Are Transacting Business With Can Make All the Difference” – by Scott Haas, Esq. “Trust but verify” is a famous phrase used by a former President of the United States (Ronald Reagan). This tip applies to business dealings as well. Knowing who you are interacting with and how to find identity “matches”[…]
Scott attended a seminar today on “Implications of 3D Printing for Real Estate Professionals”. It was a fascinating presentation by Todd Jones. It seems that 3D printing will affect all of us, and the question is more about “When?”. Homes and buildings are being constructed with the use of 3D printing technology. Construction labor costs[…]
17 years of business collection experience will be shared on helpful commercial debt collection tips. Inquire if your FL business is interested in having a seminar at your business, on a date convenient for you. Scott Haas has presented on collection and construction lien matters approximately 10 times in the past few years and the[…]
S HAAS LAW now has a YouTube channel with short answers to frequently asked questions about Florida law. For example, there is a short answer video for: “What is fraudulent inducement?” Click on the YouTube link on our website to watch.
The FAA-procured task force submitted its recommendations to the FAA on Saturday, Nov. 21st, and there are reports that the task force recommends remote-controlled aircraft larger than 9 ounces to be registered. This would mean that hundreds of thousands of hobbyists would be impacted. The Federal Aviation Administration is in the process of reviewing the[…]
The task force set up by the FAA and the U.S. Department of Transportation is expected to deliver its report on drone registration by Nov. 20th. In summary, the task force will recommend what types of drones need to be registered. The overriding purposes appear to be the need for identifiability and accountability of unmanned aerial vehicles[…]