I am a 3rd generation Miami trial attorney. Prior to working as an attorney I was an... more
I am a 3rd generation Miami trial attorney. Prior to working as an attorney I was an award winning photojournalist who spent most of my time covering international conflicts. After completing multiple tours in Afghanistan and Iraq I left photography and began the practice of law.
Diverse business and real estate practice which includes corporate, commercial and... more
Diverse business and real estate practice which includes corporate, commercial and real estate transactions and litigation. Martindale Hubbell AV Preeminent Peer Review Rating 5 out of 5. Selected to Florida's Legal Elite by Florida Trend Magazine for 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009 and 2008, Selected to 2012 South Florida's Top Rated Lawyers (ALM Publications and LAW.COM).
An EE Publishing Service Greenwire -- Thursday, March 22, 2007 EVERGLADES: Fla.... more
An EE Publishing Service Greenwire -- Thursday, March 22, 2007 EVERGLADES: Fla. seals $9.5M deal for last parcel of land for restoration project A Florida judge this week approved the $9.5 million sale of the last parcel of West Broward wetlands needed for the state's $365 million Everglades restoration project. Judge Patti Englander Henning of the Florida 4th District Court of Appeal ... view profile
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