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Miami Government Relations Lawyer
Ms. Baloyra also has extensive experience representing companies and individuals in a variety of complex litigation involving diverse subject matter, including land use, zoning, and environmental issues, as well as complex commercial litigation, including cases involving contractual, partnership, business torts, fraud, RICO, secured transactions, and employment issues. She is a member of the Florida bar and is admitted to practice before the United States District Courts for the Southern and Middle Districts of Florida.
Baloyra is AV rated by Martindale Hubbell, achieving the agency's highest rating for both competency and ethics.
Baloyra is a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Accredited Professional (LEED AP) and has the knowledge and skills to facilitate the LEED certification process for her clients.
She has been named by the South Florida Business Journal as both a "Key Partner" and "Heavy Hitter in Commercial Real Estate" for demonstrated success in her field. She has also been listed in Florida Trend magazine's 2011 and 2013 Legal Elite, an honor achieved by less than two percent of the members of the Florida Bar. She has been recognized in 2013-2018 by the top legal guide "The Best Lawyers in America," published by Woodward and White.
About Patricia Baloyra
- Government Relations
- Commercial Litigation
- Land Use & Zoning Law
1000 Brickell AvenueSuite 1020 Miami, FL 33131
- (305) 371-3965
- https://www.dvllp.com (Firm Website)
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