Attorney Dana L. Crosby-Collier Joins ShuffieldLowman’s Real Estate Section

By ShuffieldLowman
Jan. 13, 2015
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Orlando, Florida – ShuffieldLowman law firm recently announced that veteran local government law and land use attorney Dana L. Crosby-Collier has joined the firm. Crosby-Collier, of-counsel, brings more than 19 years of experience to the firm's real estate section. Crosby-Collier, formerly an Assistant County Attorney with Orange County for the past eight and half years, is an active member of the Florida Bar, serving as the 2014-2015 Chair of the City, County and Local Government Law Section.   Her extensive experience spans complex areas of law involving general government and transactional issues, real estate, land use, zoning, and intergovernmental affairs, including handling annexation matters and joint planning agreements. Her main areas of practice include contracts, commercial real estate, land use, and zoning. Crosby-Collier is a graduate of the University of Tampa, magna cum laude, with a B.A. in political science and Florida State University College of Law with a J.D., where she completed comparative law studies in Barbados and Ireland and served as a College of Law Representative to the Congress of Graduate Studies. ShuffieldLowman's four downtown offices are located in Orlando, Tavares, DeLand and Daytona Beach. The firm is a 33 attorney, full service, business law firm, practicing in the areas of real estate, corporate, estate planning, and litigation. Specific areas include, developer and homebuilder representation on real estate and land use matters; tax law, securities, mergers and acquisitions, intellectual property, trademarks and copyrights; estate planning and probate, planning for families with closely held businesses, guardianship and elder law, tax controversy - Federal and State; non-profit organization law; banking and finance, government law; commercial and civil litigation, fiduciary litigation, construction law, bankruptcy and creditors’ rights; labor and employment, and environmental law, and mediation.