Show Original

Florida Trend Recognizes Michael Minton and Peter Dunbar as Influential Business Leaders

Published: September 13th, 2018

By: Peter M. Dunbar Michael D. Minton

The inaugural “Florida 500” was released this week by Florida Trend magazine. Dean Mead attorneys Michael D. Minton and Peter M. Dunbar are highlighted among the 500 Most Influential Business Leaders in Florida. Only 48 people are included in the publication’s “Law” category. As part of the profile about Minton, Florida Trend indicates, “An important […]

Early Forensic Review of Hurricane Flood Damages Saves Client from Financial Disaster

Published: September 6th, 2018

By: Timothy W. Sobczak Mark R. Leavitt

When a Florida couple’s house was nearly washed away by flood waters associated with Hurricane Irma, it appeared they had no legal recourse. Storms and the huge amount of rain they bring are acts of God under the law; often, a victim’s only relief is to seek whatever assistance is available through FEMA. But once […]

Michael Minton Interviewed by Florida Trend About Tax Law Changes

Published: August 27th, 2018

By: Michael D. Minton

Michael Minton, Chair of Dean Mead’s Agribusiness and Solar Energy industry teams, was recently featured in the Viewpoints section of Florida Trend. The video interview, “The Impact of Recent Tax Law Changes on Florida,” appeared on August 16, 2018. Minton details how tax law changes, resulting from the recently passed Tax Cuts & Jobs Act, are […]

Peter Dunbar Earns Florida Bar Board Certification in Condominium and Planned Development Law

Published: June 21st, 2018

By: Peter M. Dunbar

Tallahassee, FL — Dean, Mead & Dunbar announced today that Peter M. Dunbar, managing shareholder of the firm’s Tallahassee office, has earned Board Certification in Condominium and Planned Development Law from The Florida Bar Board of Legal Specialization & Education. This is a significant milestone in Dunbar’s legal career because he is now distinguished as […]

WOTUS Rule Appeal: EPA Seeks Comments on Rule

Published: August 30th, 2017

By: Dennis G. Corrick

The week that the extended comment period on its controversial WOTUS Rule was ending, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (“EPA”) announced that it is opening a comment period on revising that rule. This proposed revision is in response to a February 28, 2017, Presidential Executive Order calling for review and for revising or rescinding the […]

Proposed Grove Land Reservoir and Stormwater Treatment Area Project

Published: August 30th, 2017

By: Dennis G. Corrick

Florida TaxWatch has published an article that discusses the proposed 7,800-acre Grove Land Reservoir and Stormwater Treatment Area (GLRSTA) project. Read the full article on The TaxWatch Blog here: Grove Land Reservoir and Stormwater Treatment Area. Dean Mead’s Agribusiness Industry Team continues to monitor Florida’s water crises. If you have questions, please contact Dennis G. […]

Florida’s Water Crises: Can We Afford The Solutions? (Part III)

Published: July 10th, 2017

By: Michael D. Minton Brad Gould Dana M. Apfelbaum

As we’ve discussed in Part I and Part II, the renewed focus on water projects due to discharges from Lake Okeechobee and the occurrences of blue/green algae is accompanied by a renewed effort to involve private landowners in the development of water attenuation projects. We’ve now explored the exceptions to the general rule that government […]

Florida’s Water Crises: Can We Afford The Solutions? (Part II)

Published: November 15th, 2016

By: Michael D. Minton Brad Gould Dana M. Apfelbaum

With the renewed focus on water projects due to discharges from Lake Okeechobee and a recent surge in blue/green algae, there is also a renewed effort to involve private interests in the development of these projects. This series of articles addresses exceptions to the general rule that government payments received by private landowners as a […]