My focus is trial and appellate litigation. No case is too big or too small, and no adversary is too powerful. I have represented clients in the United States Supreme Court, many United States Courts of Appeal, and many United States District Courts in the states I am admitted to practice law: Florida, California, New York, and the District of Columbia. I have also sought and obtained special permission on a one-case-only basis to represent clients in United States District Courts in other states and I will consider cases in any federal court in the United States. I am also admitted to the United States Tax Court in Washington, D.C. I began my career in 1979 in criminal defense in the District of Columbia. I moved to Florida in 1983, expanding my practice to business litigation, real estate transactions and litigation, bankruptcy, and tax litigation. In the 1990's, my practice expanded to include personal injury and wrongful death litigation, including medical malpractice. In the early 2000's I took a divorce case, and I have since taken a number of cases involving dissolution of marriage, child support and delinquent support, child custody and visitation, and domestic violence. I have also represented clients in multi-district litigation including mass torts based on medical implant devices. I have represented clients in administrative forums including physicians and attorneys in defending complaints against their professional licenses. I often take cases where lawyers have withdrawn and where clients are out of money and, seemingly, out of options. This wide experience gives me the ability to handle cases with multiple implications, such as civil cases with criminal implications, or personal injury cases where the client has creditor problems and faces bankruptcy, and results in comprehensive legal representation without retaining multiple specialist attorneys. My goal is to maximize your position. I will approach your case by talking with you, going through your records, and gaining an understanding of your goals. I will not charge you any fee or cost for the initial evaluation, even if I have to travel and even if I spend days or weeks reading transcripts or meeting with witnesses. Before I take your case, I will tell you if I think I can be of any assistance, and if so, what it will cost. Once I take your case, you will not be surprised by excess billing. I take many cases on contingency, and where appropriate, we may also agree on a flat fee instead of hourly billing. I like for my clients to call me, I do not charge you for short phone calls, and you can call me on the weekend or at night. And, within the bounds of ethics, as long as you do not quit on me, I do not quit.
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