November 22, 2014

Florida Legal Elite

Head of the Firm

| 7/1/2007


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Cesar L. Alvarez

Greenberg Traurig
Miami

For the third year, we invited Legal Elite lawyers to vote for the person they consider the best, most effective managing partner in Florida. For the third year in a row, Cesar Alvarez of Greenberg Traurig garnered the most votes.

Typically, managing partners are in charge of leading their firms in growth, functionality and profitability while preserving each firm’s mission. Of the nine attorneys who received the most votes this year, four are based in Tampa, two are based in Miami, and another three are based in Orlando.

 


 


J. Thomas Cardwell
Akerman Senterfitt
Orlando

Benjamin H. Hill, III
Hill Ward & Henderson
Tampa

Rhea Law
Fowler White Boggs Banker
Tampa

Byrd F. Marshall Jr.
Gray Robinson
Orlando
 

Howell W. Melton Jr.
Holland & Knight
Orlando

Harold W. Mullis
Trenam Kemker
Tampa

Gary L. Sasso
Carlton Fields
Tampa

John C. Sumberg
Bilzin Sumberg
Miami

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