Similar to the medical profession in which the body of knowledge is so large that it’s impossible for one doctor to remain current in all specialty areas, the body of law has grown so large and complex that attorneys can no longer be “all things to all people.”
The Litigation Counsel of America (LCA) is an invitation-only trial lawyer honorary society established to reflect the new face of the American legal profession.
“Business Litigation” is defined in Florida as the practice of law dealing with the legal problems in commercial or business relationships, including litigation of controversies arising from those relationships.
William Clayton has been a member of ABOTA for over 25 years. When he was admitted, a criteria was to have tried at least 20 jury trials to verdict.