What Can Legal Learn from Facebook, DHL, Volvo and Home Depot? More Than You Think.

  • April 17, 2019
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LMA 2019 hit it out of the ballpark this year. With over 1,500 attendees and 150 speakers, everyone came together in Atlanta, Georgia to learn how to improve their business skills, discover the latest technologies, grow revenues and network with peers and vendors from around

Norma Stanley Elected to The Board of Meritas, Which is a Global Alliance of Independent Business Law Firms

  • April 16, 2019
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Lowndes is pleased to announce that long-time Estate Planning Shareholder Norma Stanley, who is also the chair of the Meritas U.S. Trusts & Estates Practice Group, has been elected to serve on the Board of Directors of Meritas, which is a global alliance of independent

Buying Property From a Seller Who Doesn’t Own it Yet

  • April 15, 2019
  • /   Gary Kaleita
  • /   Articles,Real Estate
Property taxes
The Central Florida real estate market is still relatively strong. As a result, some speculators have been placing single and multiple properties under contract for purchase, only to offer to sell the property that they don’t yet own to a Buyer for development.

Brendan Lynch Elected Chair of United Arts of Central Florida Board of Directors

  • April 3, 2019
  • /    S. Brendan Lynch
  • /   Press Releases,Arts & Cultural Institutions
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Lowndes is pleased to announce that Shareholder Brendan Lynch, a longtime advocate for the arts in Central Florida, has been elected chairman of the United Arts of Central Florida Board of Directors.

Orange County Proposes School Impact Fee Increases – Public Comments on April 8th

  • April 2, 2019
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  • /   Articles,Land Use,Zoning & Environmental
Land use and zoning
Residential developers should take note of the potential increases in school impact fees for new developments in Orange County (the “County”). On March 11, 2019, the Orange County School Impact Fee Study Advisory Committee (the “Committee”) discussed a proposed school impact

4 questions with Lowndes law firm partner Michael Gibbons

  • March 27, 2019
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  • /   Media Coverage,Real Estate,Construction
Michael Gibbons knows it's a complicated business when dealing with the legal aspects of real estate and construction. The former assistant state attorney and now partner of Orlando law firm Lowndes is an expert in that area, representing property owners, developers

Lowndes Client Corner Podcast Episode 2: Celebrating Women’s History Month - The Business of Banking

  • March 26, 2019
  • /   Laura M. Walda
  • /   Podcasts,Banking & Financial Services
Corner podcast
Women's History Month (WHM) is an annual declared month that highlights the contributions of women to events in history.

Brian Lawrence Elected to OCBA Young Lawyers Section Board of Directors

  • March 20, 2019
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Lowndes is pleased to announce that attorney Brian Lawrence has been elected to the Board of Directors of the Young Lawyers Section (YLS) of the Orange County Bar Association, which is comprised of more than 750 attorneys practicing in many areas of law throughout Central

Lowndes Attorney Hanna Edeback Promoted to Senior Associate

  • March 20, 2019
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Lowndes is pleased to announce that attorney Hanna Edeback has been promoted to senior associate, effective immediately. Edeback joined the firm in 2013 and works in the Real Estate Group.

Rebecca Wilson Appointed to Mayor Jerry L. Demings’ “Housing for All” Task Force to Tackle Affordable Housing Crisis in Orange County

  • March 18, 2019
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Lowndes is pleased to announce that Shareholder Rebecca Wilson has been appointed by Orange County Mayor Jerry L. Demings to serve on the “Housing for All” Task Force which will reexamine the current state of housing for Orange County residents