Holland & Knight Named Land Use and Zoning “Law Firm of the Year” by U.S. News – Best Lawyers
MIAMI (November 1, 2018) – Holland & Knight has been selected "Law Firm of the Year" in land use and zoning law by U.S. News – Best Lawyers in its 2019 "Best Law Firms" listings, which were released today.
U.S. News – Best Lawyers selects only one firm in each of the more than 70 nationally ranked practice areas to receive this prestigious recognition. The rigorous evaluation process included the collection of client and lawyer evaluations and peer reviews from leading attorneys in their fields. Only those firms with the most impressive overall performance were chosen.
"It is a significant honor to be named the best land use and zoning firm in the country," said Steven M. Elrod, chair of Holland & Knight's Land Use and Government Team. "Some say that all land use is local, but our firm has found the formula for providing the highest quality representation on zoning, entitlements, incentives, environmental and P3 matters throughout the nation. We thank our clients for entrusting us with their most critical land use and zoning matters and renew our commitment to providing them the most thorough and insightful counsel possible."
Holland & Knight's Land Use and Government Team represents a broad range of private and public sector clients on the full array of land use and zoning matters, from acquisitions and project development to entitlements, zoning surveys, environmental audits and compliance assessments. Highly knowledgeable about the political and governmental issues that affect clients' unique interests, its almost 100 lawyers employ a national perspective on land use issues throughout the country and maintain relationships with government officials and staff at every level and every jurisdiction in which they practice in order to advocate for clients' land use objectives. They provide regional insight and targeted advice on matters relating to Florida, the Mid-Atlantic (District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia), New York, Illinois and California.