Top New Port Richey Agriculture Lawyers - Florida

Martin Law office is a continuation of a family of Florida lawyers that spans four generations. Our practice focus’s upon agricultural and environmental litigation. This translates into lawsuits involving land, livestock, plants or other property rights. This year we’ve worked on matters for clients involving flooding, crop insurance, defective seeds, NAD appeals of land benefits,...

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    From our law office in Tampa, Florida, the attorneys at Manson Bolves Donaldson represent the needs and interests of a diverse range of public and private businesses throughout Hillsborough County and the surrounding areas. Driven by a mission to deliver the most effective legal counsel possible, we focus our practice primarily on complex regulatory issues and other legal matters between local,...

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    Martin Law office is a continuation of a family of Florida lawyers that spans four generations. Our practice focus’s upon agricultural and environmental litigation. This translates into lawsuits involving land, livestock, plants or other property rights. This year we’ve worked on matters for clients involving flooding, crop insurance, defective seeds, NAD appeals of land benefits,...

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    When seeking legal counsel for the important and pressing matters that affect your company, you want to ensure you work with a lawyer who embodies integrity, intelligence and diligence. These traits are the cornerstone of our practice at Manson Bolves Donaldson in Orlando, Florida, and we have earned recognition from U.S. News & World Report as being among the Best Law Firms in the region for...

  • Landis Graham French, P.A., formed in 1902, is the oldest law firm in Volusia County and is one of the oldest law firms in continuous existence in the state of Florida.  We continue to build upon our solid reputation for excellence in serving both our clients and the community.  We provide a wide range of legal services on federal, state, and local levels. We are listed in the Bar...

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