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Radey Shareholder Brittany Adams Long Joins Leadership Tallahassee Class 34

Shareholder Brittany Adams Long has been accepted into the 2016 – 17 class of Leadership Tallahassee. Firm President Travis Miller notes, “As an alumnus of Leadership Tallahassee (Class 16), I am happy that Brittany will have the opportunity to participate in this outstanding program. We look forward to supporting Brittany’s participation as part of our […]

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Shareholder Karen Asher-Cohen Being Honored by Jewish Museum of Florida – Florida International University

On Sunday, April 3rd Radey shareholder Karen Asher-Cohen is being honored as a recipient of this year’s Breaking the Glass Ceiling Award sponsored by the Jewish Museum of Florida – Florida International University. This year marks the 20th year of the awards that recognize Jewish women in Florida who have broken the proverbial glass ceiling […]

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Susan Clark and Brittany Adams Long Become Board Certified

The Radey Law Firm is pleased to announce that Susan F. Clark and Brittany Adams Long have become Board Certified by The Florida Bar in State and Federal Government and Administrative Practice. Board Certification requires a lawyer to be favorably evaluated by his or her peers and by judges or agency heads the lawyer appears […]

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Radey Strengthens State and Local Tax Practice with Addition of Rex Ware

Radey is pleased to welcome Rex Ware to the firm. Rex practices in the areas of state and local taxation, government contracting, and civil and administrative litigation. Rex regularly represents clients before the Florida Department of Revenue, as well as in proceedings before the Florida Division of Administrative Hearings and civil courts. “I look forward […]

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Susan Clark Joins the Honorable Order of the Kentucky Colonels

Susan Clark, a shareholder in the Radey Law Firm, has been honored by Kentucky Governor Steven Beshear with a Commission in the Honorable Order of Kentucky Colonels. The appointment is in recognition of service to the Commonwealth of Kentucky and the Order has as its mission supporting needy Kentucky charities and worthy Kentucky organizations. She […]

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Travis Miller Speaks at FSU “Executives in the Classroom” Day

Travis Miller joined a panel of insurance industry officials for this spring’s “Executives in the Classroom” Day for the Florida State University College of Business’ Risk Management & Insurance Program.  The panels speak to several risk management and insurance classes in the College of Business, ranging from introductory classes for business majors who have not […]

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Blanton Named to Negotiating Rule Committee

Shareholder Donna Blanton has been appointed by the Department of Health, Office of Compassionate Use, to serve on the Negotiated Rulemaking Committee that will draft a regulatory structure for growing and dispensing of low-THC cannabis. Ms. Blanton fills the slot on the Committee for a member of the Florida Bar experienced in administrative law. Other […]

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Radey Sponsors Run for Literacy

Radey is pleased to again sponsor the Desoto Trail Elementary School’s Run for Literacy 5k road race.  The 2015 edition of the race takes place Saturday, January 31 at Desoto Trail Elementary.  This year marks the third year of the event.  Proceeds from the Run for Literacy benefit the Desoto Trail Elementary School PTO and […]

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Brittany Adams Long Publishes Article in Administrative Law Section Newsletter

The current edition of the Administrative Law Newsletter features an article written by Brittany Adams Long regarding standing in rule challenges before the Division of Administrative Hearings. The article examines an 80-page Final Order that analyzed every appellate court decision regarding standing in a rule challenge from 1977-2013, and it provides guidance to practitioners facing […]

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Donna Blanton Speaks about Florida Procurement Law and Bid Protests

Shareholder Donna Blanton spoke about Florida Procurement Law and Bid Protests at a two-day meeting of all attorneys who work for the Florida Department of Health. Her presentation on November 13, 2014, covered the types of solicitations for goods and services used by Florida state agencies, open meetings and open records issues associated with procurements, […]

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