Mar. 1, 2023

Why Should My Company “Outsource” A General Counsel?

By William C. Davell

This month’s legal opinion is provided by Tripp Scott's Director Matthew Zifrony.

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Oct. 30, 2022

Avoiding Disputes, Litigation and Alternate Dispute Resolution

By William C. Davell

This month’s legal opinion is provided by Tripp Scott's COO Paul Lopez.

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Aug. 15, 2022

School Choice, More than Ever: Three Big Reasons

By William C. Davell

As Florida’s children return to classrooms, what better time is there to highlight the Sunshine State’s status as a national leader in school choice – and three reasons why that distinction matters more than ever? Even more, it’s worth considering whether, during this year or later, your family should take advantage of the state’s range of offerings that put families and their needs first.

This month’s legal opinion is provided by Tripp Scott's CEO Ed Pozzuoli.

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May. 15, 2022

Your “Side Hustle” is Serious Business

By William C. Davell

The “Side Hustle” may sound like a laterally moving disco dance, but it’s actually one of the hottest trends in business today.

This month’s legal opinion is provided by Tripp Scott's Tanya L. Bower.

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Jan. 10, 2022

What Is A Charter School And Why Should Parents Choose One?

By William C. Davell

This month’s legal opinion is provided by Tripp Scott's Jeff Wood and Thomas Sternberg.

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Unless we reverse course, the U.S. is on the road to destruction

Once upon a time, people unashamedly espoused the concept of “American exceptionalism.” We took pride in our founding and on the principles of true equality, the inalienable rights of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, and consent of the governed. 

Tripp Scott’s Charles Tatelbaum Elected to Shepard Broad Law School Board of Governors

Fort Lauderdale, Fla., May 9, 2023 Tripp Scott today announced that Charles Tatelbaum, a director with the firm, was elected for a two year term to be Vice-Chair of the Board of Governors of the Shepard Broad School of Law at Nova Southeastern University (NSU).

Florida Legislature Enacts Recent Changes to Statute of Limitations and Statute of Repose Affecting Construction Litigation

by Tripp Scott's William C. Davell and Stephanie C. Mazzola

On April 13, 2023, Florida’s Governor Ron DeSantis signed into law Florida SB 360, which, among, other things, shortens the statute-of-repose period for commencing an action based on the design, planning, or construction of improvements to real property.  See ch. 2023-22, Laws of Fla. (2023).  The new law went into effect immediately upon signing; however, the amendments to the statute of limitations and statute of repose set forth in section 95.11(3)(c), Florida Statutes (2023), apply only to actions commenced on or after the act’s effective date, regardless of when the cause of action accrued. See ch. 2023-22, § 3, Laws of Fla. (2023).  An exception is that any action that would not have been barred under section 95.11(3)(c) before the act was amended “must be commenced on or before July 1, 2024.” Id.

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