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David A. Miller

| 6/25/2018

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David A. Miller, President/CEO and a Shareholder at Peterson & Myers, P.A., focuses his practice in the areas of business and corporate transactions, real estate, and banking and lending. David is rated AV Preeminent® by Martindale Hubbell. He represents private and public companies, private schools and universities, and multi-generational family businesses. David frequently serves as lead attorney on sophisticated real estate transactions, including large-scale real estate transactions with each transaction involving 12,000 to 38,000 acres. He represents clients in a wide range of real estate matters including golf course transactions, commercial warehouse developments, apartment complexes, agricultural matters, shopping centers, and other commercial and retail real estate developments. David is also an approved attorney for community, regional, and national lending institutions.

Peterson & Myers, P.A.
225 East Lemon St., Suite 300
Lakeland, FL 33801
(863) 683-6511
dmiller@petersonmyers.com
www.petersonmyers.com/

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