James W. Shindell Appointed to Executive Board of the Center for Real Estate Education & Research at Florida State University

Press Release
September 5, 2012

Miami, FL – Bilzin Sumberg Real Estate Group Chair James W. Shindell has been appointed to the Executive Board of the Center for Real Estate Education & Research at The Florida State University. The Executive Board is responsible for advising the Center on its initiatives to improve student success and opportunity; advance the program’s academic mission of teaching, research, and service; develop strategies that will enhance the program’s resources; and promote discussion of critical trends and issues facing the real estate profession.

His practice involves the representation of developers, owners, private and institutional investors, and lenders in a broad range of real estate matters including acquisitions, sales, financings, leasing, joint ventures, workouts and restructurings. These matters have involved office, retail, hotel, warehouse, industrial, residential, mixed use, telecommunications and development properties.

Mr. Shindell dedicates his spare time to a number of community efforts. He is the past president of Habitat for Humanity of Greater Miami and currently serves as a member of its advisory board.

About Bilzin Sumberg

Bilzin Sumberg Baena Price & Axelrod LLP is a commercial law firm with extensive experience in the areas of commercial finance, corporate and securities, environmental law, land use and government relations, litigation, real estate, restructuring and bankruptcy, tax and wealth preservation planning. For more information, please visit www.bilzin.com.

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