News & Insights

News & Insights

Articles

Dark Days Ahead for Solar Power in the Sunshine State

March 15, 2022 — HB 741, a bill passed by the Florida Legislature and awaiting the signature of Governor Ron DeSantis, is expected to devastate the state’s growing solar power industry.

Media Coverage

Dan McIntosh Comments on Challenges in Today's Commercial Real Estate Market

March 14, 2022 — Shareholder Dan McIntosh was quoted in the Orlando Business Journal discussing challenges and pitfalls in today's commercial real estate market.

Media Coverage

Judge Approves Sale of 200-Acre Property in Apopka Originally Slated for Auction

March 14, 2022 — Lowndes attorney Tara Tedrow was quoted in the Orlando Business Journal regarding roughly 200 acres adjacent S.R. 429 and Kelly Park Road in Apopka, Fla.

Press Releases

Lowndes Promotes Three Lawyers to Shareholder

March 14, 2022 — Lowndes is pleased to announce that the firm has promoted Hanna Edeback, Matthew McMurtrey and Brian E. Smith to the position of shareholder.

Blogs

The End of Mandatory Arbitration of Sexual Harassment Claims

The Employer Lawyers

March 04, 2022 — Employers will be defending more sexual harassment claims in court rather than through arbitration as a result of the Ending Forced Arbitration of Sexual Assault and Sexual Harassment Act of 2021, which President Biden signed into law yesterday.

Events & Presentations

Melody Lynch to Speak on Planned Giving to Fundraising Professionals

March 03, 2022 — On March 16, Shareholder Melody Lynch will present "When Planned Giving Doesn't Go As Planned: A Case Study" at the Association of Fundraising Professionals Central Florida's monthly meeting.

News

2021: Another Banner Year for Real Estate

March 02, 2022 — Lowndes is proud to have helped our clients successfully close $3.6 billion in transactions involving the purchase, sale and financing of a wide variety of properties.

News

Alex Dobrev Speaks on Blockchain and Cryptocurrencies in Real Estate

March 01, 2022 — Shareholder Alex Dobrev was a speaker for "Blockchain and Cryptocurrencies in Real Estate" for the Meritas Real Estate Practice Group.

Blogs

Exclusive Use Clauses in Shopping Center Leases

Lowndes Leasing Lawyers

March 01, 2022 — Exclusive use clauses are not uncommon in shopping center leases, but landlords and tenants have a number of factors to consider when negotiating such clauses.

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