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Dean, Mead, Egerton, Bloodworth, Capouano & Bozarth, P.A. 
Size of Organization: 47
Year Established: 1980
Main Office: Orlando, Florida

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Dean Mead, one of Florida's full-service business law firms, has nearly 50 attorneys and a statewide footprint with five offices: Viera, Orlando, Gainesville, Fort Pierce and Tallahassee. Dean Mead's Tallahassee office, located in the heart of the state's Capital, allows the firm to not only serve clients in the Northwest region of the state, but also provides a direct connection to governmental resources and authority. The Tallahassee office enhances the value Dean Mead already provides to its clients statewide. In particularly, those with compliance and regulatory needs in industries such as agribusiness and water management will benefit from the firm's Capital connection. The Tallahassee-based Government Relations, Lobbying and Administrative Law Team, comprised of Peter M. Dunbar, Martha J. Edenfield, Cari L. Roth, John L. Wharton, William D. Townsend and Brittany O. Finkbeiner advise business and public sector clients on a wide range of services including:

Administrative Law

Agribusiness Regulation and Permitting

Business and International Tax

Commercial Litigation

Government Regulations and Legislative Advocacy

Growth Management

Land Use and Environmental Law

Processional Licensure Defense

Real Property and Condominium Law

State and Local Taxation

Tax Legislation

Utility Law and Regulation

Water Resources, Permitting and Regulation

GIVING BACK IS A CORE VALUE For the attorneys and staff, philanthropy and pro bono are more than just catch phrases - they're an integral part of the business plan. Every member of the firm subscribes to the philosophy that service to the community is an essential part of service to the client. Everyone is encouraged to invest both time and money in giving back.


Statement of Practice Summary:
Trusts and Estates; Real Estate; Taxation; Corporate Law; Litigation; Health Care; General Civil Practice; Banks and Banking; Trial Practice; Eminent Domain; Administrative Law; Agricultural Law; Business Law; Commercial Law; Appellate Practice; Commercial Real Estate; Construction Law; Contracts; Bankruptcy; Employee Benefits; Probate; Tax Controversies; Environmental Law; Land Use; Leases and Leasing; Franchises and Franchising; Mergers and Acquisitions; Divestitures; Federal Practice; Partnership Law; Natural Resources; State Taxation; Mortgages; Nonprofit and Charitable Organizations; Utility Law; Wills; Zoning Law; Planning Law; Charitable Organizations Law; Homeowners Association Law; Condominium Law; Community Association Law; Real Estate Litigation.