Creating CRE Opportunities Where They Don't Exist

Dec 02, 2015
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With land values and construction costs escalating, building affordable housing has become a daunting task. The solution has bcome creating opportunities where they don't exist, at least not to the naked eye.

Attorney Keith Poliakoff, who co-chairs Arnstein & Lehr's Government Relations Practice Group in Fort Lauderdale, is finding ways to create those opportunities for his clients.

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Will Fannie Mae Create a Rush to Federal Court?

Attorney Keith Poliakoff comments on an impending Supreme court decision on whether Fannie Mae can be sued in both state and federal court. Law360...

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J-School Grad Followed His Father's Footsteps Into Municipal Law

Keith Poliakoff was interviewed by Daily Business Review. The following is an excerpt from the original article, which outlines Poliakoff's history...

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Alvey v. City of North Miami Beach

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High Court Eminent Domain Case May Offer States Clarity

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About Us

Keith Poliakoff is a partner in the Fort Lauderdale office of Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lefr LLP and co-chair of the firm’s Government Relations Practice Group. As a well-known and respected attorney in Broward County, he has considerable experience with all aspects of Florida governmental entities.