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New Agricultural Law Practice Comes to Area

Posted: Saturday, February 11, 2017 12:00 am

  Arnstein & Lehr is expanding its services in Florida with the creation of the Agriculture Practice Group chaired by Attorney Katie Edwards. The agriculture team represents farmers, ranchers and nursery growers on issues that impact the everyday operations of agribusiness, including estate planning, complex real estate transactions, land use, eminent domain, water, environmental regulations, debt collection and food safety and labor.

  "Our team of attorneys brings an unparalleled approach to agriculture by serving our rural clients with the caliber and sophistication of traditional big city firms while maintaining our down-to-earth, collaborative approach to dispute resolution and complex transactions," said Jeffrey Shapiro, Arnstein & Lehr's Chairman and Managing Partner of the Miami office. "Clients receive personalized service from our principal Florida offices in West Palm Beach, Miami, Fort Lauderdale and a satellite office in Okeechobee."

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