By January 14, 2019 News Coverage, Newsletters, Newsletters - 2019
Miles A. McGrane, IV, a partner in our Hollywood office, dedicates his practice to representing clients in premises liability, general liability and casualty, automobile litigation, products liability, intentional torts, first party property and coverage, and insurance coverage matters. He is admitted to practice in all Florida state courts, the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida and the 11th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals. Active in The Florida Bar, Miles currently serves as Vice Chair of Florida Bar Grievance Committee 17 D. He is also a Fellow of The Florida Bar Foundation. Previously, he was an elected member of the Board of Governors for the Young Lawyers Division of The Florida Bar, Vice Chair of the Federal Courts Practice Committee, a member of the Standing Committee on Professionalism and the Civil Procedure Rules Committee. Miles is also a member of the Broward and Palm Beach County Bar Associations.
Joshua E. Nathanson is a partner in the firm’s Hollywood office and concentrates his practice in a variety of liability matters including automobile litigation, general liability and casualty, trucking litigation, premises liability, and intentional torts. Before joining the firm, Joshua worked as an Assistant State Attorney in Broward County, where he was a Felony Trial Unit Supervisor.
Christopher E. Varner, a partner in our Pensacola office, is a member of the general liability and workers’ compensation practices. An accomplished trial attorney, he has represented clients in more than 1,000 cases in a wide range of litigation matters including workers' compensation, longshore and harbor workers’ compensation, general civil liability, tort liability, construction law, criminal defense, labor/employment law, landlord/tenant, civil rights, and contracts. In addition to trying federal cases in the Northern District as well as state court cases in Florida, Chris has appeared before administrative agencies throughout the state including Judge of Compensation Claims, Federal Administrative Law Judges, Public Employee Relations Commission, DMV Bureau of Driver Improvement, and Florida Commission on Human Relations. Read More