September 29, 2023

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Featured Legal Elite Honorees

| 6/28/2021

Michael Lundy

Marital and Family Law, Collaborative Divorce

Older Lundy Alvarez & Koch
1000 West Cass St.
Tampa, FL 33606
(813) 254-8998

James L. Magazine

Personal injury, Wrongful Death, Insurance Bad Faith Claims, Nursing Home Abuse, Opioid overdose litigation

The Law Offices of Lucas & Magazine
8606 Government Drive,
New Port Richey, FL 34654
(727) 849-5353

Roger H. Miller III

Real Estate, Litigation

Farr, Farr, Emerich, Hackett and Carr, P.A.
99 Nesbit Street
Punta Gorda, Florida 33950
(941) 639-1158

Bryant Scriven

Criminal Defense, Federal Criminal Defense, Personal Injury

Scriven Law, P.A.
402 East 7th Ave.
Tampa, FL 33602
(813) 226-8522

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Florida Business News

  • Florida’s population boom drives bigger hurricane losses, despite tougher building codes

    Florida leads the nation in strict building codes, and the decades of hard work have paid off in the increasing number of homes and buildings that survive each time a hurricane slashes the state. But all those hard-won gains have been undermined by the explosion of growth along the coast.

  • Business BeatBusiness Beat - Week of September 29th

    Get top news-to-know with Florida Trend's headline-focused video news brief, hosted by digital content specialist Aimée Alexander.

  • Enterprise Florida exiting

    The doors are ready to close on Enterprise Florida, the business-recruitment agency long targeted by state House leaders.

  • Seeking protection

    Three activist groups served notice to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service that they intend to sue to force the agency to invoke Endangered Species Act protection for the ghost orchid.

  • State jobless claims decrease

    An estimated 5,155 first-time jobless claims were filed in Florida last week, a decrease from the previous week and below the average for the year.

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Radioactive roads? Florida has yet to submit application to EPA to start testing
Radioactive roads? Florida has yet to submit application to EPA to start testing

It appears no steps have been taken to begin testing whether slightly radioactive waste from fertilizer production can be repurposed for Florida road construction projects.

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