Contractor Fails to Prove Joint Venture Theory, Becomes Liable for Opponent’s Attorney’s Fees

2019-02-16T06:40:35+00:00August 5th, 2018|Categories: Contractors|Tags: |

A joint venture is defined by Florida case law as “an association of persons or legal entities to carry out a single business enterprise for profit.” To prove the existence of a joint venture, there must be evidence that each party to the joint venture had the right and the authority to bind the others within the joint enterprise. In Marriott International, Inc. v. American Bridge Bahamas, Ltd., 193 So.3d 902 [...]