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Jacob “Jake” Cremer serves clients throughout Florida in the following areas: environmental, land use, land development, permitting and economic development (including ad valorem tax exemptions and brownfield designations) and property rights litigation.
Jacob “Jake” Cremer is a Shareholder at the firm and based in Tampa, Florida. He is consistently recognized by Florida Super Lawyers as a Rising Star and Florida Trend’s Legal Elite as an “Up and Comer”.
Florida Brownfields Association, Board of Directors; Hillsborough County Farm Bureau, Board of Directors; Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council, Gubernatorial Appointee; Connect Florida, Board of Governors; Leadership Tampa Bay Class of 2016.
Jake frequently writes publications and lectures on topics relating to environmental, land use, and land development law.
J.D., magna cum laude, Florida State University, 2010; M.S.P., Department of Urban & Regional Planning, Florida State University, 2010; B.A., cum laude, Rhodes College, 2006.