WSHC+B founding partner Joseph Serota and partner Laura Wendell successfully defended the Village of Key Biscayne before the Miami’s Third District Court of Appeal, resulting in the advancement of a $100 million General Obligation Bond Referendum that will facilitate important infrastructure projects for the Village to protect against the effects of sea-level rise and hurricanes.
“The trial court decision and the appellate decision will now permit the bond process to proceed and the very important needs of the Village to improve its infrastructure to be addressed,” Joe said to Islander News.
An accomplished litigator and trial lawyer with dozens of successful trials and appeals to his credit, Joe represents private and public clients across a broad range of subject areas. Laura is a Florida Bar Board Certified attorney in Appellate Practice and represents private and municipal clients in state and federal courts.
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Islander News (July 20,2022) GO Bond lawsuit once again rejected, clearing path for Village to move on resiliency infrastructure projects
Key Biscayne Independent (July 20, 2022) Appeals court upholds $100 million resiliency bond