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Supply Chain Issues: Something to Wine About | EVENT

November 03, 2022 — Lowndes will host an afternoon CLE and social for the Association of Corporate Counsel - Central Florida Chapter that will include a wine tasting with a certified sommelier, wine trivia game for prizes, good food and fun.

Blogs

CAM Expenses in Commercial Leases: Cumulative versus Non-Cumulative

Lowndes Leasing Lawyers

November 01, 2022 — During commercial leasing negotiations, landlords and tenants will often extensively negotiate the terms of a cap on the controllable operating expenses under a lease.

Articles

Appeals Court Rules Against Orange County’s Proposed Rent Control Ordinance

October 28, 2022 — On October 27, 2022, the Fifth District Court of Appeals decided 2-1 that the proposed rent control ordinance should be enjoined from placement on the November ballot.

Articles

Even a Minor Error in the Name of a Debtor Will Invalidate a UCC Filing in Florida

October 27, 2022 — In a recently reported case, the Florida Supreme Court considered the question whether a minor error in the listed name of a debtor will render a UCC financing statement legally insufficient.

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Orange County Rent Stabilization Measure | October Update

October 20, 2022 — Orange County’s "rent stabilization" measure is now officially on the November ballot. Rent stability and affordability are certainly very worthy public policy objectives, but will the measure be effective in achieving more affordable housing.

News

Lowndes Welcomes Joe Kovecses as Of Counsel to Land Use Practice

October 12, 2022 — Lowndes is pleased to announce that Joe Kovecses has joined the firm as of counsel in the firm’s Land Use, Zoning & Environmental Group.

Blogs

Toddlers to the Rescue

Gray Area of the Law

October 10, 2022 — A recent New York Times article highlights a Japanese program that brings young children into nursing homes to interact with residents who often suffer from loneliness and boredom.

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Cleaning Up After the Storms

October 05, 2022 — The state of emergency declaration issued for Hurricane Ian, unless extended, is set to expire on November 22, 2022. In the aftermath of storms such as Hurricane Ian, business and property owners are often forced to deal with challenging or confusing issues.

Articles

Hurricane Ian: Take a Hard Look at the Force Majeure Clauses and Your Business Risks

September 28, 2022 — With Hurricane Ian crossing Florida, people are naturally focused on preparations for its arrival and the potential adverse impacts that it will have.

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