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Reed understands that lawsuits and legal actions are complex and that clients have many questions. Every answer...
Winter Park, FL 32789
University of Mississippi
LITIGATED / ARBITRATED / MEDIATED 1,000+ Contract Law Cases.
CONDUCTED several dozen business MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS
COUNSELED DEALERSHIP and FRANCHISE clients from Florida to Hawaii and over half the states in between.
ADMITTED to practice law in FLORIDA and represents clients outside of the state through association with local attorneys.
MEMBER of the American Bar Association, the ABA Forum on Franchising, and the Florida Bar Association.
Along with his attorney daughter, Allison McMillen, he currently serves as the author of the medical malpractice law column in the Journal of...
Florida Business Law Lawyer with 14 years experience
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Matt studied political science at the State University of New York at Binghamton and international affairs at The George Washington University before pursuing his Juris Doctorate at the University of Florida Levin College of Law. While in law school, he participated in competitions...
Based in Orlando, Florida, Tonya travels the state providing case support for probate litigation, trust litigation, construction litigation and commercial litigation cases.
Prior to Bloodworth Law, Tonya handled commercial litigation and construction litigation for Jacksonville, Florida, law firms Whalen & Deem, LLC, and Regan, Zebouni & Walker, P.A., in 2007-08.
Tonya continues to teach law students as a Legal Methods Instructor at Florida A&M University College of Law which she began in 2011. She taught at Florida Coastal School of Law in 2006.
Tonya was as an...
Thank you for inquiring about the Law Office of Michael E. Morris. I have been an attorney since 1994. I have been licensed in Florida since 1996 and New York since 1995. I like helping my clients to solve their legal matters, and I’m not afraid of the complex cases with multiple parties. I do like going to court, and I do like winning at court. However, I do realize that most cases, especially family cases, really have no clear winners or losers in the end. It is almost always in your best...
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