Kerri L. Barsh, co-chair of Greenberg Traurig’s Environmental Practice, authored an article that was featured in Best Lawyers titled “Floating Infrastructure.” This article examines new opportunities in floating infrastructure within the context of their evolution as a result of a landmark admiralty jurisdictional case from the U.S. Supreme Court: Lozman v. The City of Riviera Beach. This case, and the court’s decision to treat Barsh’s client’s floating home as an extension of real estate, had major implications floating homes, casinos, restaurants and hotels throughout the United States and impacted the regulatory authority of state and local governments.

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