A recent Miami Herald article highlighted Shutts & Bowen’s continued growth in Miami and across the state, delving into the firm’s latest practice areas – including hospitality, intellectual property and Cuba – as well as its plans to expand to new offices in Jacksonville.
Bowman Brown, chairman of the firm’s Executive Committee, describes new legal opportunities brought to South Florida by the relocation of domestic hedge funds and private equity funds. Frank Rodriguez, Managing Partner for the Miami office and the Latin America practice group leader, states that Miami is “in the top 20 to 25 cities for high-net-worth individuals and international investors,” which creates more opportunities for the firm, especially in the areas of financial services, real estate, litigation and tax-planning.
Daniel Benavides and Alexander Tachmes, real estate partners in the Miami office, spoke about the firm’s hospitality practice, launched in January 2016. The HeLP Program offers varying alternate- and fixed-fee arrangements according to a client’s size.
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