Philip S. Kaprow is a partner with the Vose Law Firm. Previously, he served as the principal and founder of his private practice firm in Winter Springs, Florida, as in-house counsel for a variety of corporations after spending a few years in private practice in a mid-sized downtown Orlando law firm. He concentrates his practice in the areas of corporate and business law, lending law, contracts, hospitality law, real estate transactions and disputes, title agency representation, and title insurance claims. He is also a Florida Civil Law Notary, which is a unique designation held by less than 200 attorneys in the state. Philip is admitted to practice in the states of California and Florida, as well as the United States District Court, Middle District of Florida, and the Middle District of Florida Bankruptcy Court. Philip was a judicial extern first for the Hon. Robert J. Timlin, U.S. District Court, Central District Court of California, Riverside Division and subsequently for the Hon. Jeffrey T. Miller, U.S. District Court, Southern District of California in San Diego. Philip earned his B.A. degree from the University of South Florida in religious studies and with a minor in political sciences in 1996. He graduated Cum Laude from the Thomas Jefferson School of Law in San Diego in 1999, where he authored the law review note, Trimming a Bonsai With A Chainsaw: The Improper Use of Unconscionability in Stirlen v. Supercuts.
Though based in Winter Park, he continues his ties to the Seminole County area, offering to meet clients in the Oviedo-Winter Springs area if travelling to Winter Park is inconvenient. Philip's community service record includes having served as a board member of the Oviedo/Winter Springs Chamber of Commerce, President of the Oviedo-Winter Springs Optimist Club, and membership in the Rotary Club of Winter Springs. Professional organizations include Philip's current or former participation in the Seminole County Inns of Court, the Association of Commercial Finance Attorneys (ACFA), Orange County Bar Association, the Seminole County Bar Association, C.L.E.O., Florida Land Title Association, American Land Title Association, and the Republican National Lawyers' Association. Philip provides Pro Bono through service as a volunteer judge for Seminole County Teen Court. Philip is passionate about professionalism within the legal community. He is a past chairperson for the Florida Bar Grievance Committee 9-C, for which he received a Meritorious Service Award from The Florida Bar, and is an active member in various sections of the Florida Bar.
In 2013, Philip was awarded the coveted "AV Preeminent®" rating from the Martindale-Hubbel Peer Review Ratings (TM) certification.
He enjoys spending time and traveling with his wife Sara, and his two children. He also likes to read, listen to music, and golf.
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