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Best Lawyers in America Recognizes 24 Dean Mead Attorneys in 2019 Edition

Orlando, Fla. – Best Lawyers® released its list for The Best Lawyers in America© 2019. This year, there are 24 Dean Mead attorneys selected for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America. Dean Mead is pleased that the number of our lawyers who are honored continues to grow each year. Many are included for more […]

Best Lawyers in America Recognizes 24 Dean Mead Attorneys in 2019 Edition

Orlando, Fla. – Best Lawyers® released its list for The Best Lawyers in America© 2019. This year, there are 24 Dean Mead attorneys selected for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America. Dean Mead is pleased that the number of our lawyers who are honored continues to grow each year. Many are included for more […]

Florida Department of Revenue Conducts First Public Meeting Regarding TCJA Changes

Published: August 23rd, 2018

By: H. French Brown, IV Robert S. Goldman Mark E. Holcomb

The December 22, 2017, effective date of the federal Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) afforded the Florida Legislature little time during its 2018 Regular Session to evaluate the potential impact of the TCJA’s many domestic and foreign provisions on Florida’s corporate income tax. As a result, the Legislature directed the Department of Revenue to […]

Florida Opioid Law – Impacts on Health Care Professionals

Published: July 30th, 2018

By: Michael B. Dobson

Florida HB 21 (on controlled substances), also commonly referred to as the Florida opioid law, went into effect on July 1, 2018. Most specifically, Florida’s new controlled substances prescribing law (HB 21) seeks to reduce opioid abuse by (1) increasing oversight of opioid prescribers and dispensers, (2) expanding the use of the Prescription Drug Monitoring […]

11 Dean Mead Attorneys Honored as Legal Elite by Florida Trend Magazine

Orlando, Fla. — Eleven Dean Mead attorneys have been recognized among Florida Trend’s Florida Legal Elite 2018. The list appears in the July edition of the publication. This year Cari L. Roth is inducted into The Legal Elite Hall of Fame joining fellow shareholders, Darryl M. Bloodworth, Lauren Y. Detzel, Peter M. Dunbar and Mark E. Holcomb […]

Mark Holcomb Elected to Independent SALT Alliance Board of Directors

Published: January 28th, 2018

By: Mark E. Holcomb

Mark E. Holcomb, attorney in Dean, Mead & Dunbar’s Tallahassee office, has been elected to serve on the Board of Directors of the Independent SALT Alliance (ISA) for a two-year term.  ISA is a national network of 44 experienced state and local tax attorneys, accountants and consultants whose members include former large law firm and […]

Administrative Law Judge rules that Petitioner cannot challenge rule for what is not in the rule

Published: January 12th, 2018

By: John L. Wharton

In the case of Pelican Bay Foundation v. Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, Pelican Bay argued that the Commission’s proposed rule should be invalidated based on the fact that a particular waterbody, the Clam Bay system in Collier County, was not included within the rule’s proposed slow speed zones. Prior to hearing, the City […]

Dean Mead Partners with St. Lucie Chamber and EDC to Host Legislative Luncheon

Published: June 30th, 2017

By: Peter M. Dunbar

Dean Mead is pleased to sponsor the upcoming “Legislative Update Luncheon” on Monday, July 24, 2017.  The location is Club Talavera at Verano in Port St. Lucie.  The list of legislators who are participating in the panel discussion are as follows: Senator Joe Negron  (confirmed) Senator Jack Latvala (confirmed) Representative Gayle Harrell  (confirmed) Representative Erin […]

Businesses Can Protect Consultant Identities as Trade Secrets

Published: June 16th, 2017

By: Brittany O. Finkbeiner John L. Wharton

In a recent case argued by the authors of this article, Surterra v. Florida Department of Health, the First District Court of Appeal held that the identifying information of consultants can be considered a trade secret under section 812.081(1)(c), Florida Statutes, if the required factual predicate is established. Under the statute, the owner of the […]