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Two Eisinger Law Attorneys Receive New Certification from The Florida Bar Specializing in Condominium and Planned Development Law

HOLLYWOOD, FLA.  – The law firm of Eisinger Law announced that two of the Firm’s attorneys, founding member and managing partner, Dennis J. Eisinger, and shareholder, Jed. L. Frankel, are among The Florida Bar’s inaugural class of distinguished lawyers who have been officially certified in the new practice area of Condominium and Planned Development Law which goes into effect June 1, 2018.



“For the past three decades, I have focused my practice on community association and community development law, and have achieved a high level of expertise in this practice area, as demonstrated by the awarding of this certification,” said Dennis J. Eisinger. “Jed and I are incredibly honored to be among The Florida Bar’s inaugural class to receive this certification, and are pleased to offer clients our board-certified legal services with the designation that recognizes our professionalism, special knowledge and skills in this area of law.”



According to The Florida Bar: “Condominium and planned development law” is the practice of law that involves: (1) serving as counsel to community associations, property owners, community association members, sellers, purchasers, developers, lenders, governmental agencies, and investors in matters related to community associations and planned developments; (2) drafting governing documents or their amendments, and preparing filings with governmental agencies that regulate community associations or planned developments; (3) serving in or for governmental agencies which regulate community associations or planned developments; (4) representing parties in construction lien and defect claims, collection of assessment actions, governing document and community association statutory enforcement and dispute actions, and other litigation, arbitration, and mediation in matters relating to community associations or planned developments; and (5) planning, development, construction, and financing of condominium or planned development communities.



In addition to his law practice, Eisinger is co-developer of multiple boutique condominiums in east Fort Lauderdale. He is a long-time board member and former president of the Community Association Institute (Miami Chapter), founding member of the Community Association Institute’s Florida Legislative Alliance Committee and an Adjunct Professor of Law at the University of Florida’s School of Law. He focuses his practice on community association law, community development and real estate law.



Frankel is certified by the Supreme Court of Florida as a Circuit Mediator and is Board Certified in Civil Trial Law by The Florida Bar. He focuses his practice on community association law and construction litigation.



Eisinger Law, is a full service Florida law firm focusing on community association law, real estate law, developer representation, commercial litigation and insurance law. For more information visit eisingerlaw.com or facebook.com/EisingerLaw