Monday, March 12, 2012

Patricia Lebow named Director at Large of the Business Development Board of Palm Beach County

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla.; March 12, 2012 — Patricia Lebow, managing partner of the West Palm Beach office of the Florida-based law firm Broad and Cassel, was recently appointed to the Board of Directors of the Business Development Board of Palm Beach County as Director at Large.

The Business Development Board (BDB) is a one-stop, countywide resource for information on relocating or expanding a business to Palm Beach County. Since October 1, 2011, the BDB, in partnership with Palm Beach County, has facilitated 11 relocation and expansion projects. These companies will create/retain 920 jobs and spend more than $95 million in direct investment on their move or expansion to this area.

Mrs. Lebow is the Managing Partner of the West Palm Beach office of Broad and Cassel and serves on the firm’s Executive Committee. She founded the West Palm Beach office for the firm in 1983. She has an extensive background, spanning 38 years in all areas of civil practice.

A longtime resident of the Town of Palm Beach, Mrs. Lebow is active in numerous local charitable and civic organizations. She serves on the Board of Directors and as Secretary of the Palm Beach Zoo at Dreher Park. Mrs. Lebow previously served as Chair of The Economic Council of Palm Beach County. She is Co-founder and President of Kids' Dreams, Inc., a 501(c)(3) charity for at risk youth in Palm Beach County.

Mrs. Lebow was among the first group of Florida attorneys to be Board Certified as a Civil Trial Attorney for a five-year term in 1983. She is also a Florida Bar Certified Circuit Court Mediator. She is a cum laude graduate of Boston University and received her Juris Doctor from the University of Miami School of Law. Mrs. Lebow's practice includes representation of clients in litigation, real estate and trust and estate matters.

The Broad and Cassel West Palm Beach office was founded in 1983 by Managing Partner Patricia Lebow. The offices’ 20 attorneys focus their practices primarily in the following areas of law: Litigation, Real Estate and Land Use, Estate Planning, Trusts, Administrative and Probate, Trademark and Patent, Banking and Institutional Lending, Bankruptcy, Special Assets, Personal Injury, Construction Law and Litigation, Labor and Employment Law, Appellate, Business, Corporate and Securities transactions. Broad and Cassel is a full-service law firm, founded on January 1, 1946, and has more than 170 attorneys in eight offices across Florida. For more information, please visit us online at


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