Shareholder Miranda Fitzgerald With Lowndes, Drosdick, Doster, Kantor & Reed Participates In Florida Bar Environmental And Land Use Seminar

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Orlando, FL – Lowndes, Drosdick, Doster, Kantor & Reed, P.A. is pleased to announce that attorney Miranda “Randi” Fitzgerald and shareholder at the firm has moderated and participated in a panel discussion on plat issues and pitfalls presented at a seminar sponsored by the Environmental and Land Use Section of The Florida Bar in Orlando. The seminar is entitled “Constant Changes in Florida Land Use Law” and can be accessed online at

As co-Chair of the firm’s Government Approvals & Land Use Group, Fitzgerald focuses her legal practice on assisting clients with land use and zoning, environmental matters and real estate development, including comprehensive planning, Developments of Regional Impact (DRI's), annexation, concurrency, vested rights and property rights issues. She has served as lead counsel for more than 35 DRI's and has represented both property owners and local governments. She assists clients in all phases of development for commercial, residential and mixed-use projects, including site selection, due diligence, and procurement of land use approvals and entitlements.

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