BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Broad and Cassel, a Florida based law firm with offices in Boca, is growing its Real Estate and Institutional Lending Practice Group, signaling that at least some believe the economy is turning around.
According to the law firm:
David Itskovich, who has been practicing in the firm’s Boca Raton office for the past eight years, will be leading the Broward-based business development effort. He will continue to work out of both offices.
“David’s presence in our office reflects what we see as growing opportunities to be part of the real estate market recovery,” said the Fort Lauderdale office’s Managing Partner Gabriel Imperato. “He brings with him strong experience working with financial institutions, real estate firms and developers.”
Broad and Cassel, which boasts more than 50 real estate attorneys in eight offices across the state, has grown to become one of thelargest and most sophisticated real estate law firms in Florida. Lauded among the nation’s top real estate practices by prestigious legal guide Chambers USA,
Broad and Cassel has handled virtually every type of realestate and business transaction, representing buyers, sellers, developers and lenders of all types and sizes.
Itskovich earned a bachelor’s degree, cum laude, from New York University and a Juris Doctorate from the University of Miami School of Law. Fluent in Russian, he is a graduate of Leadership Fort Lauderdale and lives in downtown Fort Lauderdale with his wife and daughter.
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