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


  • June 30, 2022
  • /   Greg McNeill, Allison Gray
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Economic losses caused by COVID shutdowns can be recovered under commercial property insurance policies is a hotly-contested issue.
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”.

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


  • June 27, 2022
  • /   Crystal Buit
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Alimony in Florida
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.

Developers: Be Wary of Utility Company Easement Forms


  • June 24, 2022
  • /   Gary Kaleita
  • /   Real Estate,Articles
Patent Application
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

New Orleans Restaurant Wins with Covid Damages Ruling


  • June 24, 2022
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New Orleans Restaurant Wins with Covid Damages Ruling
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.

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


  • June 22, 2022
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News Channel
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.

Jake Herrel Appointed to Board of Directors for Orlando Repertory Theatre


  • June 20, 2022
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  • /   News
Orlando Theatre
Land use attorney Jake Herrel has been appointed to the Board of Directors for the Orlando Repertory Theatre.

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


  • June 13, 2022
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USA Chambers announced Lowndes Land Use Group Band One
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.

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


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

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


  • June 3, 2022
  • /   Tara Tedrow, Laura Walda
  • /   Land Use
Conference
Lowndes Shareholders Tara Tedrow and Laura Walda will be representing Lowndes at 'The Lay of the Land: Navigating Development Challenges'.

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


  • May 23, 2022
  • /   Drew Sorrell
  • /   Telecommunications,Technology,Intellectual Property Services,Commercial Litigation,Environmental Law
New Ruling on Telecommunications
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.