Six years on, Kolter Signature Homes lawsuit goes to trial
After six years of legal maneuvering one of the longest-running cases over faulty construction in Florida is finally going to trial. Jury selection starts Tuesday in a case pitting the San Matera Condominium Association against Kolter Signature Homes, and other defendants for alleged sub-standard architecture, engineering and construction work at San Matera at the Gardens, located just off PGA Boulevard in Palm Beach Gardens in Palm Beach County. More than 30 lawyers have worked on the case over the years, and the trial will be held in a specially modified courtroom in Delray Beach in order to accommodate the large number of defendants, lawyers and plaintiffs. Read the article………….
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Architects Beware: It is Now Settled That the Principal Architect Owes a Duty of Care to Third Party Purchasers for Negligent Design (CA)
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