Michael Donaldson’s practice includes administrative, land use, and environmental law with a particular focus on assisting and representing owners, developers of affordable housing seeking to obtain available funding from the Florida Housing Finance Corporation, including Low Income Housing Tax Credits, State Apartment Incentive Loans program funding, and Multifamily Revenue Bond program funding.
Michael also represents developers, building contractors and other licensed professionals with licensure issues before the Department of Business and Professional Regulation, and corresponding local government regulatory agencies, including representing clients in disciplinary proceedings.
His practice also includes representing clients in competitive bid protests and other contract procurement matters both at the state and local levels. Michael’s practice also includes representing clients in general litigation matters in circuit court including construction litigation and representing lending institutions in consumer finance litigation.
- University of Florida College of Law (J.D., 1988)
- Recipient, Virgil Hawkins Fellowship, University of Florida College of Law (1985)
- University of Florida (B.S., 1985)
- University of Florida Minority Student Leadership Award Finalist (1985)
Professional & Community Involvement:
- The Florida Bar
- Past member of the Grievance Committee for the 2nd Judicial Circuit
- American Bar Association
- State and Local Government Law Section
- Current Chair, Ethics Committee
- National Bar Association
- University of Florida Black Alumni Association
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