Donald H. Crawford II
» Commercial Litigation
In 2012, Mr. Crawford formed Cope, Zebro & Crawford, P.L. with two friends. Mr. Crawford’s goal was to bring the skills he learned working at large law firms to a broader range of commercial clients. Mr. Crawford also brought to this endeavor his belief that a key component to litigating commercial matters is learning all the facts of a case, no matter how minor they first may appear, to home in on and clearly and concisely address the pivotal issues created by those facts.
Mr. Crawford graduated magna cum laude from the University of Florida Levin College of Law in 2003. During law school, he served as the Management Editor of the Florida Law Review.