Lowndes Advises Waterman Communities Inc. on $126-million Bond Financing for Retirement Community Expansion in Mount Dora, Fla.


  • October 28, 2020
  • /   
  • /   Press Releases,Real Estate,Construction
construction
Lowndes represented Waterman Communities Inc. in Lake County’s issuance of $126,340,000 of Retirement Facility Revenue bonds for the development of Lakeside at Waterman Village, a $126-million expansion of the Waterman Village retirement community in Mount Dora, Fla. Located

Third Party Claims Under COVID-19 (Part 2) [Lowndes Legal Talk]


  • October 28, 2020
  • /   Morey Raiskin & Drew Sorrell
  • /   Lowndes Legal Talk,Labor & Employment Law,Podcasts,Coronavirus (COVID-19) Task Force,Coronavirus COVID-19 Task Force
Lowndes Legal Talk
Tune in to a special two-part Lowndes Legal Talk featuring attorneys Morey Raiskin and Drew Sorrell discussing potential claims that employers may face during the COVID-19.

Retail Struggles Become Senior Housing Opportunities [Gray Area of the Law]


  • October 27, 2020
  • /   Shawn Rader
  • /   Blogs,Senior Housing,Gray Area of the Law
Gray Area of the Law Blog
On October 25, John F. Wasik penned an interesting article in The New York Times regarding the conversion of shopping mall properties into senior housing.

Selecting a Property Manager


  • October 27, 2020
  • /   Gary M. Kaleita & Emmett A. Egger
  • /   Articles,Multifamily & Condominiums
condo building
This article addresses some of the factors to consider in selecting a property manager for a condominium or homeowners’ association.

Brendan Lynch Comments on Orange County's Grant Program for the Arts


  • October 27, 2020
  • /   
  • /   Media Coverage,Arts & Cultural Institutions
newspapers
Shareholder Brendan Lynch, who serves as chairman of United Arts of Central Florida, was quoted in the "Orlando Business Journal" discussing Orange County's grant program for supporting local arts and cultural organizations during the pandemic.

How Fla. Homebuilders Can Protect Pre-Closing Deposits


  • October 23, 2020
  • /   Gary Kaleita
  • /   Articles,Media Coverage,Real Estate,Coronavirus (COVID-19) Task Force,Coronavirus COVID-19 Task Force
central Florida housing market
The housing market in central Florida is booming despite COVID-19, thanks in large part to a growing population and low interest rates on home mortgages.

Employer & Employee Claims under COVID-19 (Part 1) [Lowndes Legal Talk]


  • October 21, 2020
  • /   Morey Raiskin & Drew Sorrell
  • /   Labor & Employment Law,Lowndes Legal Talk,Podcasts,Coronavirus (COVID-19) Task Force,Coronavirus COVID-19 Task Force
Lowndes Legal Talk
Tune in to a special two-part Lowndes Legal Talk featuring attorneys Morey Raiskin and Drew Sorrell discussing potential claims that employers may face during the COVID-19.

Residential Leasing Made Simple? [Lowndes Leasing Lawyers]


  • October 20, 2020
  • /   Gary Kaleita
  • /   Lowndes Leasing Blog,Lowndes Leasing Lawyers,Blogs,Commercial Leasing
Lowndes Leasing Lawyers Blog
Lowndes attorney Gary M. Kaleita discusses two forms available from The Florida Bar that can help simplify the residential lease process.

Should Assisted Living Facilities Venture into In-Home Care? [Gray Area of the Law]


  • October 19, 2020
  • /   Shawn Rader
  • /   Gray Area of the Law,Blogs,Coronavirus (COVID-19) Task Force,Coronavirus COVID-19 Task Force,Senior Housing
Gray Area of the Law Blog
Lowndes attorney Shawn Rader discusses how assisted living facilities and nursing home companies could help meet the need for more in-home caregiving options.

Florida’s Minimum Wage Will Rise to $8.65 in 2021 [Employer Lawyers]


  • October 15, 2020
  • /   Rachel Gebaide & Morey Raiskin
  • /   Blogs,Labor & Employment Law
coins
Florida’s minimum wage will increase effective January 1, 2021 as follows: Florida’s minimum wage will increase by nine cents from $8.56 to $8.65 per hour. Florida’s minimum wage for tipped employees will increase by nine cents from $5.54 to $5.63 per hour. The Florida