Florida Legislature Enacts Major Changes to the Statute of Repose for Construction Defect Claims
The Construction Corridor
On April 13, 2023, governor Ron DeSantis signed Senate Bill 360 (“SB 360”) into law, which drastically reduces the time limit for property owners to file suit against builders and construction professionals for construction defects and imposes a more stringent standard for bringing a claim under the Florida Building Code. Learn how the new law will affect builders and developers in Florida, and how it differs from the previous legal landscape for construction defect cases.
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SEC’s Regulatory Authority over Crypto Assets Questioned
Financial Services Watch Blog
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