Mr. Boggs has represented numerous individuals and companies involved in a variety of complex commercial litigation cases, including investors in fraud litigation against developers, a co-generation facility against a regional power company, a power company in defense against a developer’s suit for a failed real estate development involving environmental issues, a corporate executive in Ponzi scheme criminal tax proceedings against him, defense of a law firm charged as an aider and abettor in a Ponzi scheme, a defense industry product developer in litigation against an international defense manufacturer, an international construction product manufacturer in anti-trust litigation against other international manufacturers, and joint venture partners in various suits involving failed developments, including a suit against a national real estate development company. He has also handled dozens of suits involving probates, estates and trusts. Mr. Boggs continues to represent businesses and business owners in commercial matters and transactions, including, when necessary, litigation. David M. Boggs
Mr. Brown has been involved in the defense of a wide range of matters in the field of medical malpractice. He has successfully tried medical malpractice cases on behalf of physicians specializing in emergency medicine, internal medicine, oncology, and blood banking. He has also defended physicians in multidisciplinary practice groups, specialty groups, and university based physicians as well. Mr. Brown has also been involved in the defense of a wide range of professional and general liability cases, including products liability. He has also been involved in a wide variety of commercial disputes, including real estate litigation, and other business and corporate tort litigation. Andrew M. Brown
Kristen’s practice has been varied with significant experience in both state government and private practice. She recently served as the District One Chief Counsel Florida Department of Transportation overseeing the eminent domain, contract and real estate practice of the agency client. Starting her career as a prosecutor, she has through her career litigated numerous business and administrative law cases. A respected authority on many aspects of food law, she has spoken before many groups such as the Institute of Food Technologists, University of Florida short courses, American Beekeeping Federation and the Apple Processors Assn. She is past General Counsel to National Juice Products Assn. (1997-2002) and the Florida Department of Citrus (1985-1993). She has extensive past experience lobbying the Florida legislature.
Mr. Cochran has more than 42 years of experience representing clients in bankruptcy, real estate, real estate litigation and wills, trusts and estate planning.
Mr. Crowley’s significant experience defending professional liability and medical malpractice claims provides clients in these areas with the confidence of a trusted partner at a critical point in their professions. Beyond the professional consideration, this experience also provides for efficient, cost effective representation for insurance carriers involved in the litigation. sellers. Prior to entering private practice, he was a public prosecuting attorney. While practicing in Michigan, Mr. Crowley served as the area chair for the Michigan Trial Defense Counsel. He has been rated by Martindale-Hubbell for ethics and legal ability. Mr. Crowley also co-authored “Possessed,” a fiction novel based on real events from his days as a prosecutor in Kalkaska County, Michigan.
Mr. Farrior assists individuals and businesses in a broad range of corporate matters, including corporate governance, partnership and stockholder agreements, business planning, contract negotiations, transactions involving the merger, sale and acquisition of businesses, indemnification and risk allocation, and a variety of strategic and licensing arrangements.
Mr. Gibson provides regular counsel and litigation representation to individuals and entities throughout the State of Florida. In the area of Labor & Employment, Mr. Gibson provides counsel regarding strategic initiatives, as well as defending employers in matters related to equal opportunity, sexual harassment, labor relations, wage and hour and all other employer / employee concerns. Mr. Gibson also handles a broad range of complex civil litigation, including medical malpractice defense, Americans with Disabilities Act and business contract disputes. He has negotiated settlements and tried cases in both state and federal courts. Mr. Gibson has also presented appellate arguments before state and federal appellate courts.
Mr. Goodwin assists clients with transactional matters including acquisitions and mergers and securities matters. He also provides representation in the areas of complex tax planning and wealth planning, for businesses and individuals. James W. Goodwin, II
Mr. Harris has significant experience in the research and extrapolation of complex issues and also brings a bilingual interpretation capability to the team. He has been involved in several major cases which have resulted in favorable settlement as well as cases which proceeded to jury verdict.
Ms. Johns’ primary focus is on nation-wide commercial real estate development dealing with issues pertaining to due diligence and acquisition of the site, title, permitting, and construction issues.