Carlton Fields’ Christopher Smart Wins Award for Real Estate Thought Leadership

Real Estate   |   Real Property Litigation   |   Title Insurance   |   March 27, 2019
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Carlton Fields Shareholder Christopher Smart was recognized as one of the top authors of real estate law articles in the JD Supra 2019 Readers’ Choice Awards. Less than 1 percent of JD Supra authors receive this award, which is based on consistently high readership by C-suite executives, in-house counsel, media, and other professionals across the JD Supra platform in 2018. In the Real Estate category, Smart is one of 10 lawyers who received this honor from a pool of more than 2,500. Topics range from mortgages, real estate development, CFPB, foreclosure, urban planning, REITs, property tax, commercial leases, and more.
Smart leads the firm’s Title Insurance industry group and Real Property Litigation practice group. He and his Carlton Fields colleagues author the weekly “Real Property, Financial Services, and Title Insurance Update,” which is distributed to JD Supra’s readers. JD Supra delivers need-to-know legal and business content to professionals in all industries in daily email digests, via more than 100 proprietary social feeds, on mobile platforms, to partner websites, and as news across the web.
Carlton Fields provides services related to all aspects of real property acquisition, development, financing, leasing, ownership, use, and transfer. The firm’s clients include landowners, developers, real estate investment trusts, pension fund advisors, architects, construction companies, brokers, lenders, banks, property management firms, tenants, and governmental authorities. 

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