Meredith Delcamp and Amanda Buffinton, partners in Shutts & Bowen LLP’s Tampa office, will present to attendees at the 2021 National Rental Home Council (NRHC) Industry Summit, discussing legal considerations for investors, builders, developers, property managers and landlords in the build-for-rent market.
Speaking on Thursday, September 30, 2021 from 11 AM – 11:45 AM, Meredith and Amanda will present on the topic of “Build-for-Rent: The Legal Considerations,” at the fall conference. The summit will be held virtually from September 28 – 30, focusing on the future of single-family rentals. In addition to Meredith and Amanda’s presentation on legal considerations, the sessions will focus on discussions related to single-family rental investments, CEO Q&As, strategies and approaches within the market, a report on the state of the market, as well as perspectives on the future of build-for-rent.
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About Meredith Delcamp
Meredith S. Delcamp is a partner in the Shutts Tampa and Sarasota offices, where she is a member of the Business Litigation Practice Group. Meredith assists property owners, property managers, developers and businesses in a variety of transactional and litigation matters related to real property. Meredith has worked in the single-family industry for more than eight years assisting property owners, asset managers and property managers with a variety of legal issues ranging from code enforcements to class actions, including assisting with licensing, lease review, policies and procedures and a variety of litigation with tenants and homeowners associations.
About Amanda Buffinton
Amanda B. Buffinton is a partner in the Tampa office of Shutts & Bowen LLP, where she is a member of the Construction Litigation Practice Group. A Martindale Hubbell AV® Preeminent™ rated attorney, Amanda is also Board Certified in Construction Law by The Florida Bar. Amanda specializes in the litigation and arbitration of complex claims related to professional negligence and design errors and omissions. She has also successfully represented clients in construction claims involving personal injury and death, federal investigations relating to the False Claims Act, delay and acceleration damages, bond and lien issues, professional licensure, building code violations and ADA violations. Amanda has extensive federal court experience and has litigated a multitude of construction and commercial claims in the Northern, Middle and Southern District Courts of Florida including the successful defense of a large class action suit against an international testing company. Amanda is a member of the Construction Law Committee of the Real Property Probate & Trust Law Division of The Florida Bar.