Two Lowndes Attorneys Named to Florida Trend’s “Florida 500: Florida's Most Influential Business Leaders"

  • September 21, 2020
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  • /   Press Releases,News
CEO and President William T. Dymond, Jr., and Name Partner Hal Kantor were named to the 2020 Florida Trend “Florida 500 – Florida's Most Influential Business Leaders” list.

Drew Sorrell a Presenter for Webinar on Website Accessibility and the Fair Housing Act

  • September 17, 2020
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  • /   Events & Presentations,Events and Presentations,Litigation & Trial Practice,Technology
Shareholder Drew Sorrell will be a speaker for the “How to Avoid an FHA Lawsuit for Your Website" webinar presented by UsableNet on September 30, 2020.

Preparing for a Virtual Deposition [Lowndes Legal Talk]

  • September 16, 2020
  • /   Melody Lynch & Brian Lawrence
  • /   Lowndes Legal Talk,Events & Presentations,Events and Presentations,Litigation & Trial Practice,Podcasts
Lowndes Legal Talk
Tune in to Lowndes Legal Talk featuring attorneys Melody Lynch and Brian Lawrence discussing how to best prepare for a virtual deposition.

Lowndes Advises Greystar Real Estate Partners on Student Housing Development near University of Central Florida

  • September 16, 2020
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  • /   Press Releases,News
construction development
Lowndes advised Greystar Real Estate Partners in the development of 540-plus student housing units in Collegiate Village, an upscale, mixed-use project near the University of Central Florida.

Europe’s Top Court Decision May Halt Trillion Dollar U.S. Data Transfer Business Partnership with EU [Lowndes Tech]

  • September 14, 2020
  • /   James O'Brien
  • /   Articles,Privacy
A recent EU court ruling found may affect countries moving data in and out of Europe, as well as U.S. security, surveillance and defense laws.

Lowndes Advises Orlando Health on 80-acre Healthcare Campus in Lakeland

  • September 14, 2020
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  • /   Press Releases
construction crane and tall buildings
Lowndes provided zoning and land use counsel to Orlando Health for the development of an 80-acre healthcare campus in Lakeland, Fla.

HUD’s Revised Rule Makes “Disparate Impact” Claims Under the Fair Housing Act More Difficult

  • September 10, 2020
  • /   Rebecca Rhoden
  • /   Articles,Real Estate,Real Estate Litigation
Late last week, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development issued its final order relating to claims of “disparate impact” under the Fair Housing Act.

Data Breaches & Ransomware [Lowndes Legal Talk]

  • September 9, 2020
  • /   Drew Sorrell & Mark Heimendinger
  • /   Lowndes Legal Talk,Events & Presentations,Events and Presentations,Cybersecurity & eDiscovery,Podcasts
Lowndes Legal Talk
Tune in to Lowndes Legal Talk featuring attorneys Drew Sorrell and Mark Heimendinger discussing the significant consequences associated with data breaches and ransomware, as well as ways to minimize the risk of becoming a victim of cyber crime.

A Dangerous Curve Ahead: Access to Florida Guardianship Proceedings at Risk

  • September 9, 2020
  • /   Melody B. Lynch
  • /   Articles,Guardianship,Estate & Probate Litigation
legal documents
The Florida Bar Board of Governors is considering a proposal to change Florida’s guardianship law to further reduce and limit the information available to family members regarding regarding their loved ones involved in guardianship proceedings.

Business Interruption Coverage for Loss as a Result of COVID-19: Finally a Win for the Policyholders

  • September 8, 2020
  • /   James Toscano
  • /   Commercial Litigation,Coronavirus COVID-19 Task Force
scales of justice statue
Many businesses throughout the country have suffered losses resulting from COVID-19, including closures as a result of government orders or because of the presence of the virus. In many cases, business have made insurance claims based on their insurance policies.