Shutts & Bowen Recognized as Law Firm of the Year May 03, 2019
Legal Aid Service of Broward County (LAS) and Coast to Coast Legal Aid of South Florida (CCLA) announced the recipients of their 2019 Annual Recognition Awards. The awards were presented during a Law Day Luncheon co-hosted with the Broward County Bar Association on Friday, May 3, 2019, where Shutts was recognized as the Law Firm of the Year.
Alexander Tachmes Featured in MIAMI Magazine May 01, 2019
Miami partner Alexander Tachmes was recognized as one of MIAMI Magazine’s 2019 Power Players. According to the magazine, the men and women included represent the highest level of accomplishments and power that influence and contribute to the overall success of the City of Miami.
Art Menor Featured in South Florida Legal Guide March 07, 2019
In an article titled “Why the Commercial Real Estate Outlook Remains Sunny,” the South Florida Legal Guide interviewed several South Florida real estate attorneys about the area’s commercial real estate market and its ability to continue its decade-long recovery from the Great Recession.
Shutts & Bowen’s Rachel Nordby Appointed to Florida Supreme Court’s Judicial Management Council March 04, 2019
Shutts & Bowen LLP is pleased to announce that Tallahassee partner Rachel Nordby has been appointed by Chief Justice Charles Canady to the Florida Judicial Management Council of the Florida Supreme Court.
Miranda Lundeen Soto Quoted in ABA Litigation News February 22, 2019
Shutts & Bowen LLP Partner Miranda Lundeen Soto was recently quoted in the American Bar Association (ABA) Litigation News in an article regarding how the courts have been split on the issue of whether a plaintiff in a legal malpractice action may seek the punitive damages that would have been awarded were it not for their attorney’s negligent representation.
Sarasota County Commission Approves Mote SEA Land Agreement February 08, 2019
Shutts & Bowen’s Sarasota team, including John Patterson, Meredith Delcamp and Zach Rans, recently represented Mote Marine Laboratory in reaching definitive agreements with Sarasota County for a planned new world class aquarium to be built on land now owned by the county. The project is estimated to cost $130 million.