Bercow Radell & Fernandez announced today that U.S. News-Best Lawyers has ranked the firm in its prestigious “First Tier” for land use and zoning law as well as real estate law in Miami, the highest ranking a law firm can receive.
The firm also received a national “Tier 2” ranking for its land use and zoning practice, and “Tier 3” in Miami for environmental law. U.S. News-Best Lawyers surveyed thousands of law firm clients and leading lawyers to arrive at its rankings.
“We are honored to be recognized as one of the top firms specializing in land use and zoning law, real estate law and environmental law, not only in Miami but throughout the U.S.,” said senior partner Jeffrey Bercow. “My partners and I work very diligently on behalf of our clients year after year so we are especially proud that our performance has been singled out by our colleagues and clients.”
The rankings, presented in tiers, showcase more than 10,000 law firms ranked nationally or by metropolitan regions. The mission of “Best Law Firms” is to help guide referring lawyers and clients.
For more than two decades, the attorneys at Bercow Radell & Fernandez have been at the forefront of Miami-Dade County’s phenomenal growth, guiding their clients on all aspects of local, state and federal real estate permitting and licensing, zoning approvals, amendments of local government comprehensive plans, developments of regional impacts (DRIs), due diligence reviews, growth management, concurrency and environmental matters.
Community involvement is a hallmark of the firm, whose attorneys have been active on numerous boards and associations, including the Downtown Development Authority, Latin Builders Association, Miami Beach Community Development Corporation, and Florida International University.
The firm’s clients include Lennar Homes, International Speedway Corporation, Woolbright Development, Home Depot, Southeast Overtown Park West Community Redevelopment Agency, and Florida Power and Light Company, for which they served as lead counsel on its public hearing application for a new nuclear power plant at Turkey Point.
Bercow Radell & Fernandez, located at 200 S. Biscayne Boulevard, Suite 850, Miami, was established in 1996. The firm handles all aspects of local, state and federal real estate permitting and licensing, including zoning approvals, amendments of local government comprehensive plans, developments of regional impacts (DRIs), due diligence reviews, growth management, concurrency and environmental matters.
For more information, contact (305) 374-5300 or visit www.brzoninglaw.com.
By Veronica Villegas