Joseph P. Klock, Jr., Equally at home in the boardroom or courtroom, Mr. Klock has negotiated acquisitions and mergers, counseled families on the re-structuring of family enterprises, advised corporate CEOs on various corporate and personal matters, and has also litigated cases through every court level in Florida, including two successful arguments in the Supreme Court of the United States that resulted in President Bush succeeding in his bid for the White House in 2000. He sits on the board of a public company as well as advising both domestic and international, for-profit and not for profit, boards of directors.

In the courtroom, he handles complex civil litigation in state and federal courts, as well as criminal law, environmental, election, and constitutional/civil rights issues. He has litigated complex and multi-district cases as well as domestic and international arbitrations and other forms of alternate dispute resolution, and has also handled election and other issues before the Florida appellate courts and the U.S. Third, Fifth, Sixth, and Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals. Mr. Klock also represents individuals, families, and investor groups who control and invest in large publicly- and privately-held business enterprises, as well as professional athletes. His practice spans corporate, litigation, family wealth planning, immigration, professional licensing, and personal law issues.

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