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News & Insights

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A Primer on Florida Alcoholic Beverage Licenses

July 18, 2022 — Lowndes attorney Gary Kaleita discusses what buyers and lenders should look for when applying for a Florida alcoholic beverage license.

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Alex Dobrev Appointed Co-Chair of Florida Bar's RPPTL Condominium & Planned Development Committee

July 14, 2022 — Shareholder Alex Dobrev has been appointed Co-chair of Condominium & Planned Development Committee of Florida Bar’s Real Property, Probate & Trust Law Section.

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What to Look for in the Legislative Space in 2022

July 13, 2022 — Lowndes CEO and President William T. Dymond, Jr., discusses how President Biden's tax plan will have an impact on Orlando’s future growth with Capital Analytics Associates.

Awards & Recognition

Lowndes Attorneys Hal Kantor and Quino Martinez Named to Florida Trend's 2022 Legal Elite

July 11, 2022 — Lowndes is pleased to announce that Hal Kantor and Joaquin “Quino” Martinez were recently recognized in the 2022 edition of Florida Trend’s Florida Legal Elite™. Additionally, Kantor was named to Legal Elite Hall of Fame.

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Brian Smith Appointed Chair of the Eminent Domain Committee for The Florida Bar

July 07, 2022 — Shareholder Brian Smith has been appointed chair of the Eminent Domain Committee for The Florida Bar.

Awards & Recognition

19 Lowndes Attorneys Named 2022 Florida Super Lawyers and Rising Stars

July 05, 2022 — Twelve of firm's attorneys have been named to the 2022 Florida Super Lawyers list, while seven attorneys have been recognized as the 2022 Florida Rising Stars.

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Are Economic Losses Caused by COVID Shutdowns Recoverable Under Commercial Property Insurance Policies?

June 30, 2022 — As we have previously written, whether economic losses caused by COVID shutdowns can be recovered under commercial property insurance policies is a hotly-contested issue. In a recent opinion, the Third District Court of Appeals of Florida says “no”.

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Gov. DeSantis Vetoes Florida Legislature’s Attempt to Reform Alimony Statutes

June 27, 2022 — For years, Florida’s Legislature has attempted to overhaul Florida’s alimony law. And this year was no different, as Florida’s Legislature once again attempted to enact sweeping changes in an effort to reform Florida’s alimony statutes.

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Developers: Be Wary of Utility Company Easement Forms

June 24, 2022 — A utility company that provides service to an owner’s property usually requests the owner to sign a standard form of easement that is intended to allow the utility company to enter onto the owner’s property in order to install and service its utility lines. These forms

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