Many colleges and universities have properties in desirable locations that can be redeveloped to benefit both the academic institution and the surrounding community. A project in the works at Broward College is one of the latest examples of this trend.
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.