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Government & Administrative

Artin, Kenneth Raymond • Bryant Miller Olive • Orlando

Becker, Alan Steven • Becker • Fort Lauderdale

Delegal, Mark Kenneth • Holland & Knight • Tallahassee

Dunbar, Marc Wesley • Jones Walker • Tallahassee

Dunbar, Peter M. • Dean Mead • Tallahassee

Hosay, Robert H. • Foley & Lardner • Tallahassee

Mantzaris, Daniel Francis • DSK Law • Orlando

Meyer, Ronald Gustav • Meyer Brooks Demma & Blohm • Tallahassee

Porcher, Corinne Tutuska • Smith & Associates • Tallahassee

Roopnarine, Colin Mark • Berger Singerman • Tallahassee

Roth, Cari Lynn • Dean Mead • Tallahassee

Sellers Jr., Lawrence Edward • Holland & Knight • Tallahassee

Yang, Grace H. • GrayRobinson • Tampa

 

Health

Christaldi, Ronald Anthony • Shumaker Loop & Kendrick • Tampa

Frazier, Seann M. • Parker Hudson Rainer & Dobbs • Tallahassee

Glazer, Michael J. • Ausley McMullen • Tallahassee

Grossman, Allen Richard • Grossman Furlow & Bayó • Tallahassee

Knopik, Christopher Scott • Laser Spine Institute • Tampa

Lamb, Bruce Douglas • Gunster • Tampa

Mikos, Cynthia A. • Johnson Pope Bokor Ruppel & Burns • Tampa

Rosenberg, H. Alexis • Rosenberg Law • Sarasota

Rugg, Joseph W. Nicholson • Johnson Pope Bokor Ruppel & Burns • Tampa

Wilson, J. Everett • Akerman • Miami

Winker, David John • Zumpano Patricios & Winker • Coral Gables

Zumpano, Joseph Ignacio • Zumpano Patricios & Winker • Coral Gables

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