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

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Lowndes is pleased to announce that Shareholder Brian Smith has been appointed chair of the Eminent Domain Committee for The Florida Bar. The Eminent Domain Committee is focused on studying and keeping informed of recent developments in the field of condemnation of private property for public use by governmental agencies or private companies who have the power of eminent domain.

Smith is also a member of the Real Property Litigation Committee of The Florida Bar, the Association of Eminent Domain Professionals and the Orange County Bar Association. 

In his legal practice, Smith counsels property and business owners across Florida through every stage of the often complex and confusing eminent domain and condemnation process. Smith’s mission is to protect his client’s property rights and ensure that the government fully compensates them for the taking and clients across Florida have trusted Brian’s guidance and representation in eminent domain matters for over 14 years.

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Founded in Orlando, Florida in 1969, Lowndes, Drosdick, Doster, Kantor & Reed, P.A., is a multi-discipline business law firm. Our attorneys represent corporate, entrepreneurial and individual clients across a myriad of industries locally, nationally and beyond our borders, from offices in Orlando, Mount Dora and Melbourne, and through Meritas, an established global alliance of independent law firms offering local insight, local rates and world-class client service. LOCAL ROOTS. BROAD REACH.℠  

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