Charlie Egerton, one of the founding members of Dean Mead, received the John W. Sterchi Award from the YMCA of Central Florida. At the 2018 Festival of Trees Donor Dinner, Dan Wilcox, president & CEO of YMCA of Central Florida, announced that Charlie was the recipient of the honor this year. Charlie was recognized for […]
Plaintiffs sometimes are so focused on proving liability that they don’t pay enough attention to proving the scope of actual or economic damages. While most Florida district courts generally have taken the stance that a plaintiff only gets an opportunity at the first trial to prove measurable damages, the Third District in South Florida was […]
Key Legislative Issues on the Forefront in 2019 – Part II Election Reform After Florida’s 2018 general election became the subject of national news, state leaders appear poised to address voting laws this session. Under Florida election law, if one candidate has a margin of victory of less than 0.5 percent over the second-place finisher, […]
The Florida Cattlewomen (FCW) held their Fun Shoot event on January 5 at Quail Creek Plantation in Okeechobee, FL. The event was sponsored by the Dean Mead Agribusiness Industry Team. Proceeds from the event go to the FCW scholarship program. Attorneys Dennis Corrick and Brian Stephens were in attendance at the Fun Shoot with Stephens leading […]
Congratulations to Dean Mead’s President, Marc Chapman, who is named one of the “People to Know” in the Orlando Region by Florida Trend magazine in the January 2019 edition. Marc is one of 83 business leaders featured in this issue. View the list of business leaders to know here: http://www.pageturnpro.com/Florida-Trend/88009-Florida-Trends-Orlando-Portrait-Jan-19/default.html#page/42.
The EB-5 Regional Center Program has been reauthorized during the three week U.S. Government extension, and USCIS has resumed [as of January 28, 2019 and ending on February 15, 2019] adjudicating I-526 Petitions and Adjustment of Status Applications. However, we anticipate a new EB-5 bill in the near future, which will most likely substantially increase […]