Fighting the good fight Nationally
At a meeting of homeowners and tenants of Villa Lago at Renaissance Commons, Gary Mason announced that the remediation of Chinese drywall units at Renaissance Commons would begin November 1. “The project will start with about 30 units on the top floor,” said Mason, “and will continue floor by floor for the next 12 months.”…
A Florida real estate developer on Monday agreed to pay $4.8 million to a class of condominium owners who claim that Chinese-manufactured drywall used in the construction of the homes caused property damage. RCR Holdings II, LLC will set up a fund for 182 named plaintiffs and the other owners of condominium residences in the…
Gary E. Mason and Daniel K. Bryson will speak at HarrisMartin’s Chinese Drywall Litigation Conference, October 20-21, 2011 at the Fountainebleau in Miami Beach, Florida. They will be discussing issues related to representing and litigating condominiums and multi-family projects.
John Whitfield has been significant in his management of a suit involving the death of my son in a motorcycle accident. His professionalism, compassion, support, and especially his knowledge base in this suit has been above reproach. He has communicated well and kept all parties apprised of the status of the suit. I feel he negotiated effectively to reach the best possible settlement for my son's estate. He certainly assures his clients are represented well. I am grateful for his successfully bringing this suit to a satisfactory conclusion. In short, John's expertise has been awesome.
I am very grateful to Whitfield Bryson for taking the initiative in filing suit against the manufacturers of defective CSST pipe. I am sure that this successful litigation will now help Maryland homeowners become aware of the danger of old style CSST pipe and to let them know what steps they may take to protect themselves against those dangers. Who knows how many lives and homes may be saved as a result of his efforts. Thank you for your important work in this litigation.