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Maritime attorney Danielle Butler has left Hill Betts & Nash to start her own firm, Luxury Law Group, with partner Andrew High, specializing in asset transactions and litigation. The firm has offices in Ft. Lauderdale and Stuart, as well as Washington, D.C. and the Hamptons in New York.

Luxury Law Group has expertise in the purchase, management and sale of yachts, airplanes, real estate and custom automobiles. For more information, visit www.luxurylawgroup.com.

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