In a recent case, the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts held that the completion of a multi-phase “improvement” to a condominium triggered the six-year statute of repose for the builder’s negligence and breach of implied warranty claims for the whole project, rather than each individual phase.

10-Q&A Episode 3: Interview of Professor Jon Smollen, Executive Director of the Temple Law Center for Compliance and Ethics

Andrew LeDonne (LAW ’21) interviews Jon Smollen, Director of the Temple Law Center for Compliance and Ethics

Interviewer:
Andrew Ledonne (LAW ’21)

Guest:
Jon Smollen
Practice Professor of Law, Executive Director
Center for Compliance and Ethics
Temple University Beasley School of Law

Senate Bill Looks to Boost Electric Grid Cybersecurity

The Senate Energy Committee recently passed the Protecting Resources On The Electric Grid with Cybersecurity Technology Act (the “PROTECT Act”). As a result of the PROTECT Act, electric utility companies will receive incentives from the federal government to boost their cybersecurity technology. Temple Law alum Alan M. Seltzer (LAW ’78) provides some context for the passage of the PROTECT Act.