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Upon graduating from the University of Florida, Ms. An associate with King, Blackwell, Zehnder & Wermuth, P. Healy focuses her practice on litigating business and commercial disputes at the trial court and appellate levels. Healy’s practice involves a broad array of tort, contract, and statutory claims, including breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, tortious interference, deceptive and unfair trade practices, non-compete and trade secret actions, and legal malpractice defense. Healy also has experience with family law litigation, involving complex financial matters and parenting issues.

Sisic served as a federal judicial law clerk for two years, gaining experience in various labor and employment, intellectual property, insurance, and civil rights matters. An associate with King, Blackwell, Zehnder & Wermuth, P. Kramer focuses her practice in complex commercial litigation at the federal and state court levels. Kramer’s practice involves tort and contract claims including breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, tortious interference, deceptive and unfair trade practices, and legal malpractice defense.

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He is listed in Legal Elite Hall of Fame, and has received numerous local, statewide and national awards for his service to the legal profession. Blackwell received the OCBA’s highest award, the William E. Professionalism Award, and in 2011, he received The Florida Bar Foundation’s Medal of Honor, the highest award bestowed upon a Florida lawyer. Blackwell retired from the active practice of law and currently serves as CEO/Executive Director of The Florida Bar Foundation.

Located in downtown Orlando, we represent plaintiffs and defendants in both state and federal court in complex business and commercial litigation, arbitrations, appeals, and significant personal injury and wrongful death matters.

King was on the Board of Editors of the Vanderbilt Law Review. King was inducted as a Fellow into the America College of Trial Lawyers, the premier professional trial lawyer organization in America. A., has over 15 years of legal experience in which he has handled complex civil litigation from various perspectives – as trial counsel for the U. Department of Justice, as a federal district court law clerk, and as a private practitioner. Wermuth’s practice focuses on litigating complex commercial and governmental disputes at the trial court and appellate levels. Wermuth has handled a broad array of tort, contract, and statutory claims, including breach of contract, government procurement (bid protest) disputes, tortious interference, defamation, deceptive and unfair trade practices, legal malpractice defense, Racketeering Influenced and Corrupt Organization Act (RICO) defense, False Claims Act defense, discrimination, and claims under the Florida Constitution and United States Constitution. Wermuth has drafted dozens of successful dispositive motions in federal and state court actions.

Zehnder received The Florida Bar's Young Lawyers Division Pro Bono Award, a statewide service award presented by the Florida Supreme Court and The Florida Bar's YLD that recognizes extraordinary contributions in the provision of pro bono services. Wermuth, a shareholder with King, Blackwell, Zehnder & Wermuth, P.

King moved to Orlando in 1968, joined the Orange County Bar Association and served on its Executive Council from 1977-1982, and as its President from 1980-1981. King was Chair of the Ninth Circuit Judicial Nominating Commission, and he served on the Board of Governors for The Florida Bar from 1988-1992, where he co-chaired the Disciplinary Review Committee overseeing lawyer discipline statewide. King was selected as the inaugural recipient of the Orange County Bar Association’s highest award: the William E. In addition to his background in federal litigation and procedure, Mr.