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Blogs

New Orleans Restaurant Wins with Covid Damages Ruling

Lowndes Leasing Lawyers

June 24, 2022 — Last week, Oceana Grill, a 500-seat seafood restaurant in New Orleans, won the first appellate victory for an insured business in a Covid-19 business-interruption case.

Press Releases

James Walson Talks to Channel 9 About Securing a Successful Ruling For Landlord Client

June 22, 2022 — Lowndes attorney Jamie Walson recently spoke to WFTV 9 Orlando about securing a successful ruling for his landlord client that faced a two-year eviction battle with an Orlando production company.

Blogs

If It Walks Like a Lease, Talks Like a Lease: Leases vs. Licenses

Lowndes Leasing Lawyers

June 14, 2022 — Leases and licenses invoke different remedies under Florida law. The size of the space does not govern whether something is a license instead of a lease. Parties should avoid this rhetorical mistake and refer properly to lease documents as leases and not as licenses.

News

Lowndes Land Use Group and Four Attorneys Recognized by Chambers and Partners in its 2022 USA Guide

June 13, 2022 — Lowndes is pleased to announce that the 2022 edition of Chambers USA, a highly regarded directory of America’s leading lawyers for business, has once again recognized several firm practice areas and individual lawyers with top rankings.

Press Releases

Michael Piccolo and Jake Herrel Named Chair and Co-Chair of the Orange County Bar Association Business Law Committee

June 10, 2022 — Michael Piccolo and Jake Herrel become new Chair and Co-Chair of the Orange County Bar Association Business Law Committee.

Events & Presentations

Tara Tedrow, Laura Walda to Speak on Land Development at CREW Orlando

June 03, 2022 — Lowndes Shareholders Tara Tedrow and Laura Walda will be representing Lowndes at 'The Lay of the Land: Navigating Development Challenges'.

News

FCC’s New Ruling on Telecommunications in Multi-Tenant Environments: Power to the Tenants?

May 23, 2022 — Drew Sorrell discusses how a new ruling on telecommunications in multi-tenant environments is affecting commercial and residential premises such as apartment buildings, condominiums, shopping malls, and cooperatives.

Articles

Dissolving Disney’s Reedy Creek Improvement District: The Impacts of SB 4-C

May 17, 2022 — The Reedy Creek Improvement District (RCID) is a special purpose district created by a special act of the Florida Legislature in May 1967. It gives The Walt Disney Company governmental control over the land in and around Walt Disney World.

Press Releases

Tara Tedrow Named to Orlando Magazine’s 2022 Women of the Year

May 01, 2022 — Tara Tedrow has been named to Orlando's 2022 Women of the Year by Orlando magazine.

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