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Before attending Wake Forest University School of Law, Mr. Payne attended Florida Coastal School of Law, where he was nominated for the Law Review and ranked in the top 20 of his 1L law school class. After transferring to Wake Law, Mr. Payne served as a research assistant to former Dean Blake Morant, and professors Coughlin and Lentz. He also completed...
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Patricia Payne received her B.A. from the University of Michigan,J.D. from the Georgetown University Law Center (serving as an Editor on the Journal for Law and Policy in International Business) and her MBA from Johns Hopkins University in 2004.
Ms. Payne heads the firm's practice and serves as outside general counsel to over 30 area businesses and non-profit organizations in the Washington Metropolitan area. Providing comprehensive representation in civil and commercial litigation matters, Ms. Payne also counsels and represents clients in transactional matters (including new business formation , finance and securities and transactional...
Either way, welcome! I'm proud of the career that I've built protecting people from the government. Whether you're charged with a DWI or Drug Possession, you've come to the right place (don't worry, I can even help you out with that speeding ticket).
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Daniel has worked as a consultant and legal advisor for a local construction firm, and has provided legal services to several local businesses. Daniel has also served as an active member the City of Sebring Planning and Zoning board.
Daniel retired from the Sheriff’s Office, and graduated from Western Michigan University’s Thomas M. Cooley Law School. Daniel is licensed to practice in all Florida...
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