Samuel D. Navon is a graduate of the State University of New York at Albany (B.S. in Accounting, magna cum laude, 1981) and received his law degree from the University of Miami, School of Law (1985). He has been a certified public accountant since 1981.
Mr. Navon concentrates his practice in the area of real estate and business transactional law, including acquisition and development, land use planning documentation and the negotiating and structuring of real estate and business transactions, finance, leasing, commercial lending and general business entity representation.
Mr. Navon has extensive experience representing clients regarding acquisition, construction and permanent financing, including negotiation of construction loan agreements, for both residential and commercial real estate development projects. A substantial part of Mr. Navon’s practice involves representing real estate developers from the initial acquisition of raw land through the ultimate sale and/or lease to the end user.
Due to his background and business experience as a CPA and over the last 32 years in working with numerous developers, builders, lenders, architects, engineers, surveyors and various governmental agencies, Mr. Navon has developed practical approaches in solving complex legal matters.
Mr. Navon is a member of The Florida Bar, the Broward County and American Bar Associations. In addition, Mr. Navon is a member of the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants (inactive status) and American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (inactive status). He served as Vice-Chairman of the Minimum Housing Code and Unsafe Structures Appeals Board for Broward County, Florida and as a vice-chair for the 17th Judicial Circuit Grievance Committee.