Top Hollywood Constitutional Lawyers - Florida

  • 100 SE 3rd Ave,Suite 1300 Fort Lauderdale FL 33394 26.121572 -80.1405

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  • 28 West Flagler Street ,Suite 400, Courthouse Plaza Miami FL 33130 25.77353 -80.1944

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  • 9100 S. Dadeland Blvd.,Ste. 901 Miami FL 33156 25.685217 -80.313866

    At the Miami law firm of Reiner & Reiner, P.A., we focus our practice on providing representation to individuals and businesses in Miami-Dade County and the surrounding areas in South Florida who are in the midst of complex disputes. Our skilled trial lawyers have extensive experience and long records of success in state and federal courts at both trial and appellate levels, which lead clients...

  • 4651 North Federal Highway Boca Raton FL 33431 26.391235 -80.077

    Schoeppl Law, P.A. is a national federal practice in Boca Raton, Florida, that serves the needs of businesses, business owners, high net worth individuals and other professionals. The practice is focused on securities litigation and arbitration, complex commercial litigation, receivership litigation, appeals and other matters such as white collar criminal defense, issues involving government...

  • 500 South Australian Avenue,Suite 519 West Palm Beach FL 33401 26.709297 -80.063705

    Ann Fitz is a former prosecutor with 15 yrs of experience in Federal Court, practicing exclusively in White Collar Criminal Defense and Federal Criminal Appeals. She is top-rated by Super Lawyers and dedicated to fighting for the rights of criminal defendants.  ...

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    6720 Winkler Road Fort Myers FL 33919 26.544367 -81.89858

    Attorney Scott A. Kuhn founded his Fort M yers law office, Kuhn Law Firm, P.A., in 2006 after discovering that working for a large firm did not allow him to offer the kind of personal service he felt his clients deserved. Today, he and the rest of his legal team focus on providing clients from throughout Florida's Lee Island Coast with individually tailored service for a wide range of legal...

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