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Harry Payton represents domestic and international corporations and high net worth individuals in complex business litigation matters involving commercial real estate, commercial foreclosures and lender liability; litigation involving fine art; corporate, shareholder and partnership disputes; probate, will and trust litigation; and intra-family business disputes.
Harry is one of 88 lawyers in the state of Florida with dual board certification in civil trial and business litigation. Certification is the Florida Bar's highest level of evaluation of the competency and experience of attorneys. In addition, Payton has...
Gay is Commissioner for the 12th Judicial District with the Mississippi Bar Association and a member of Magnolia and American Bar Associations, a member of the Trial Lawyers Association, the Mississippi Justice Court Judge Association, the Hattiesburg Alumnae...
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