Philip D. Parrish is Board Certified in Civil Appeals by the FBLS. He has over 250... more
Philip D. Parrish is Board Certified in Civil Appeals by the FBLS. He has over 250 published opinions in areas of the law ranging from admiralty to real estate litigation, copyright infringement, catastrophic personal injury, legal malpractice, medical malpractice, arbitration and insurance coverage. Mr. Parrish graduated from Randolph-Macon College in 1982, Phi Beta Kappa, and f... view profile
Patrick founded The Barthet Firm in 1995 after having chaired the commercial... more
Patrick founded The Barthet Firm in 1995 after having chaired the commercial practice of one of Miami’s most respected law firms for a number of years. In addition to practicing law, he created a paralegal curriculum in 1985 still offered today and which has since educated thousands of students; he was elected President in 1986, 1992, 2007 and again in 2013 of the city’s oldest and most active ... view profile
Edward Tapanes, Founder Managing Partner of Tapanes Law, P.A., specializes in state... more
Edward Tapanes, Founder Managing Partner of Tapanes Law, P.A., specializes in state and federal cases in Florida and throughout the United States. He has tried numerous jury and bench trials and has successfully handled several criminal appeals. Many of his criminal cases involve high profile international narcotic traffickers, public corruption, organized fraud, money laundering, felonies and... view profile
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