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Arora, Harsh • Kelley Kronenberg • Fort Lauderdale

Bates, David George • Gunster • West Palm Beach

Becker, Alan S. • Becker • Fort Lauderdale

Cantor, Lorne S. • Jones Day • Miami

Capote, Lisa • Capote Law Firm • Miami

Castellano, Nelson Tonnar • Trenam Law • Tampa

Cook, Kevin Bayly • Orr | Cook • Jacksonville

Davis, Gardner Fabian • Foley & Lardner • Jacksonville

Driver Jr., Gary Ray • Driver McAfee Hawthorne & Diebenow • Jacksonville

Felman, David Samuel • Hill Ward Henderson • Tampa

Geltz, Sarah Marotta • Kendrick Law Group • Maitland

Giordano, John Nicholas • Bush Ross • Tampa

Griggs, Gwendolyn Hutcheson • ADVOS Legal • Ponte Vedra Beach

Hadlow, Richard Bryce • Holland & Knight • Tampa

Hayes, Diana Lee • Trenam Law • Tampa

Jenkins, John Spencer • Jenkins Law Firm • Fort Lauderdale

Kramer, Steven D. • Kramer Law Firm • Altamonte Springs

Lyons, Ellen Koehler • Carlton Fields • Tampa

Moore Jr., Stephen Douglas • Smith Hulsey & Busey • Jacksonville

Paul, William R. • Mechanik Nuccio Hearne & Wester • Tampa

Probasco, Joseph Andrew • Bush Ross • Tampa

Sanchez, Francisco Oscar • Greenberg Traurig • Miami

Skaff, Ghada • Lieser Skaff Alexander • Tampa

Sloane, Jeremy Stanton • Watson Sloane • Orlando

Stanton, Michael John • Stanton Cronin Law Group • Tampa

Suero, Evelyn I. • Suero Law • Miami

Teblum, Gary Ira • Trenam Law • Tampa

Wilson, Michael J. • Williams Parker • Sarasota

Wolfel Jr., John Joseph • Foley & Lardner • Jacksonville

Yadley, Gregory Charles • Shumaker Loop & Kendrick • Tampa

Yolofsky, Joseph Avi • Yolofsky Law • Fort Lauderdale

Zifrony, Matthew • Tripp Scott • Fort Lauderdale

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