Recent Florida Laws Affecting the Multifamily Industry
Learn about the recent laws passed and how they affect our industry!
Recently Passed Florida Laws and How They Affect Multifamily
10:00 am—11:30 am
This year the Florida Legislature adopted several new statutes that have an impact on multifamily operations across the State. This webinar will be led by Bart Valdes, Managing Partner with DSK Law, who will provide an overview of the key laws every property manager should be aware of.
- Premises liability under HB 837
- Preemption of landlord/tenant regulations under HB 1417
- Preemption of rent control under SB 102
- Fees in lieu of security deposits under HB 133
- Stopping arbitrary regulations by local governments under SB 170
- Lease termination related to service members under SB 574
- The latest on Miya's law and more . . .
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Meet your Facilitator
Managing Partner at DSK Law
Bart Valdes is DSK Law’s Managing Partner in the Tampa office. Bart is a Board Certified Specialist in Business Litigation by the Florida Bar. As a Board Certified Specialist, Bart is considered to be an expert in the area of business litigation. Board certification is the Florida Bar’s highest level of evaluation of the competency and experience of attorneys. Also, Bart holds the highest ranking an individual attorney can receive (AV), as designated by the Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory.
Bart has represented a variety of the Firm’s clients including small business owners, individuals, local governments, insurance companies, medium and large corporations, as well as nationwide institutional clients in a wide range of matters. Bart has litigated, and continues to litigate, complex trial matters related to contract disputes, property disputes, eminent domain and condemnation actions, real estate disputes, insurance matters, and general business disputes. Bart also has extensive litigation experience in the areas of landlord and tenant disputes, bankruptcy, probate, trust and estate matters, foreclosure cases, corporate and partnership disputes, collections, construction matters, land use, zoning and code enforcement matters, and local government disputes.
Additionally, Bart has significant experience in general business, corporate, and real estate matters. Bart has represented clients in state and federal court actions (both at trial and on appeal) as well as in administrative proceedings. Learn more here.