Earlier this month, BMO litigation attorney Alan Zimmet settled two cases in Pinellas County, Florida that illustrate how the firm's work on behalf of municipalities often involves reaching a resolution that works for all involved.
In a major victory for the City of Largo with implications for municipalities around the state, the Florida Supreme Court in a 6-0 decision upheld Largo’s right to accept payments in lieu of taxes from a nonprofit organization that owns an affordable housing community in the City.
Bryant Miller Olive is proud to announce that Jason Breth has been elected a Shareholder of the firm.
Nailah Tatum, a highly experienced attorney with a specialty in real estate, is joining Bryant Miller Olive as the firm expands its commercial real estate practice area.
An appeals court recently rejected a lawsuit that challenged the city of Tallahassee’s decades-old gun laws that had been pre-empted by a newer state law. In doing so, the court said the city did not violate the law by failing to repeal old laws it was not enforcing.