Orlando, Florida – The law firm of ShuffieldLowman recently named attorneys Daniel B. Harris and James C. Washburn as firm partners.  Harris, with the firm since 2013, holds an advanced law degree LL. M. in Taxation.  His practice areas include Estate Planning & Probate, Planning for High Net Worth Families with Closely Held Business, Tax Advice & Controversy, Corporate Law, and Non-Profit Law.  Washburn, with the firm since 2014, is Board Certified by the Florida Bar as an expert in Construction Law.  His practice includes assisting those in the construction industry with contract drafting and negotiation, bid protests, scheduling, and construction defect claims, default terminations, licensing issues and lien and bond disputes.

Harris is a graduate of the University of Florida Levin College of Law, holding both an Estates & Trusts Practice Certificate, and an Environmental & Land Use Law Certificate. Harris has authored articles on taxation published by The Florida Bar, and he has served as a judge at the National Tax Moot Court competition sponsored by The Florida Bar Tax Section.  He is currently the Vice-Chair of Central Florida Hillel, Inc.

Washburn is a graduate of the University of Florida for both his undergraduate and law school degrees.  He is a frequent lecturer and author on topics concerning the construction industry, and he has received numerous legal awards including being named as both a Legal Elite and Super Lawyer.  He is an active member and past president of the Rotary Club of Altamonte Springs where he has received the “Service Above Self” award multiple times.

ShuffieldLowman’s four offices are located in Orlando, Tavares, DeLand and Port Orange. The firm is a 45 attorney, full service, business law firm, practicing in the areas of corporate law, estate planning, real estate, and litigation. Specific areas include tax law, securities, mergers and acquisitions, intellectual property, 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, land use and government law, commercial and civil litigation, fiduciary litigation, construction law, association law, bankruptcy and creditors’ rights, labor and employment, and mediation.