The Florida Legislature recognizes that some laws, regulations, and ordinances may inordinately burden, restrict, or limit private property rights.
When a specific action of a governmental entity has inordinately burdened an existing use of real property or a vested right to a specific use of real property, the property owner is entitled to relief.
Deborah has prosecuted and defended claims at the trial and appellate level. Deborah’s primary practice areas are commercial litigation, intellectual property, civil rights, and insurance defense.
After obtaining her law degree, Deborah continued her legal education and received an advanced law degree (LL.M.) in Intellectual Property Commerce and Technology Law from one of top 10 programs in the world for intellectual property law.
Deborah also served her country in the United States Army as a Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Non-Commissioned Officer. Deborah is an active member of her community and the proud parent of one daughter, Tracy R.
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