Lowndes is a Florida-based law firm with a national footprint. For more than 50 years, we have delivered innovative legal solutions for our clients by understanding their needs, their business and their industry.
The firm’s original four partners were engaged primarily in a burgeoning real estate practice. While our real estate practice and deep-rooted involvement in that industry remains an integral component of the firm, we have grown alongside the dynamic needs of our clients and community at large.
Today, we advise clients on almost every aspect of business: from copyrights and trademarks to high-stakes, high-profile litigation; from complex commercial and residential real estate issues to wealth management; from labor and employment law to healthcare; from capital raising and entity formation to corporate growth and expansion locally, nationally and internationally.
Our culture is built on a solid foundation of integrity, collaboration, trust, mutual support, cooperation, a strong work ethic and client service.
We are committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive environment that enriches the workplace and enables us to better serve our clients and our community.
Lowndes History Timeline
LOWNDES, PEIRSOL, DROSDICK & BAKER
Open for business on the 4th floor of the First Federal Savings and Loan Association building at the corner of Magnolia and Church Streets
William E. Doster becomes the firm's first lateral hire six months later
Hal H. Kantor joins the firm and later becomes a name partner
LOWNDES, DROSDICK, DOSTER & KANTOR
The firm moves into its newly constructed two-story French classical building overlooking Lake Eola
John A. Reed joins the firm after stepping down from the federal bench where he served as U.S. District Court Judge for the Middle District of Florida since his appointment by Richard Nixon in 1973. The firm changes its name to Lowndes, Drosdick, Doster, Kantor & Reed
LOWNDES CONFERENCE CENTER
Added conference center and more offices
Opened second office in downtown Orlando
The firm expands its footprint to the Space Coast, opening an office in Melbourne
The firm expands into Lake County, combining with Mount Dora-based Potter Clement Bergholtz Alexander
Lowndes, Drosdick, Doster, Kantor & Reed rebrands as Lowndes