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Lee Dobbins Quoted in TCPalm Article for Willow Lakes and King’s Landing Project Approval

Published: January 27th, 2022

By: W. Lee Dobbins

Dean Mead real estate and land use law attorney, Lee Dobbins, was recently quoted in the article “Wavegarden, King’s Landing projects should add to Fort Pierce’s coolness factor | Opinion” by Blake Fontanay. These projects recently received unanimous first approval for the first phase of construction for each project by City Commission. Lee Dobbins is working with both the King’s […]

Chris Moya Represents American Rental Association at Subcommittee Meeting and Advocates to Clear HB 751

Published: January 27th, 2022

By: Christopher Moya

As legislative session is in full swing, our government relations team is hard at work advocating legislation to secure wins for our clients. In the GOP-sponsored tax legislation Monday at the House of Ways and Means subcommittee, Chris Moya testified on the bill, representing the American Rental Association, where about 113 Florida businesses in that association […]

Lee Dobbins’ Clients King’s Landing and Willow Lakes Resort Village and Surf Park Receive Approvals by City Commission

Published: January 21st, 2022

By: W. Lee Dobbins

Lee Dobbins’ clients King’s Landing and Willow Lakes Resort Village and Surf Park, are each one step closer to final approval after the City Commission gave unanimous first approval for the first phase of construction for each project. A final vote is expected next month, according to City officials. King’s Landing, covering 3 blocks of […]

Florida Legislature Will Consider Major Corporate Tax Changes in 2022 Session

Dean Mead Attorney French Brown
Published: January 5th, 2022

By: H. French Brown, IV

Each year, the Florida Legislature updates state tax laws to conform or “piggyback” on changes in the federal tax code contained in new laws passed by Congress. In effect, we adopt a current version of the U.S. tax code each year. In a few instances, the state will “decouple,” or explicitly depart from the federal […]