Dwayne L. Dickerson represents developers, property owners and local governments seeking development entitlements and environmental permit approvals for their real estate projects. Additionally, he works closely with real estate attorneys on land use and environmental issues affecting real estate transactions for buyers, sellers and lenders. His practice also includes the representation of homeowners' associations and condominium associations.
A focus of Mr. Dickerson's practice has been several high profile land use matters that have resulted in favorable outcomes for his clients, including well-known national retailers, utility companies, financial institutions, restaurant companies and commercial and residential developers.
Mr. Dickerson routinely negotiates with town, city and county officials; counsels clients regarding environmental and land use development issues; prepares development applications for submittal to local governmental bodies; presents development projects at town, city and county commission meetings and various board meetings; drafts agreements and performs due diligence research related to clients' potential land acquisitions.
• American Bar Association
• Broward County Bar Association: Member
• The Florida Bar: Standing Committee on Unlicensed Practice of Law, 2013-present
• National Bar Association
• Broward Partnership for the Homeless, Inc.: Member, Board of Directors, 2013-Present
• Leadership Council on Legal Diversity: 2013 Class of Fellows
40 under 40 "Rising Star", Daily Business Review, 2013
• Dwayne Dickerson to be Honored as a 2013 'Rising Star'
• Fowler White Boggs Named Among the Top Law Firms by The Legal 500 United States
• Leadership Council on Legal Diversity Selects Fowler White Boggs' Dwayne Dickerson for Fellows Program
• Dwayne Dickerson Appointed by the Supreme Court of Florida to the Standing Committee on Unlicensed Practice of Law
• Fowler White Boggs Welcomes Dwayne Dickerson to its Fort Lauderdale Office
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