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Wade Vose Selected as General Counsel to the Pinellas County Charter Review Commission
Tuesday, October 13 2015 00:00

Wade C. Vose, Esq.For the first time, Pinellas County’s Charter Review Commission has retained non-county affiliated representation, selecting Winter Park’s Vose Law Firm, with Managing Partner Wade Vose, serving as lead counsel.

Pinellas County is the most urbanized county in the State of Florida. Vose and the Vose Law Firm will represent the Pinellas commission as it considers the balance of power between the county and its 24 municipalities, and between the county and its constitutional officers.

“The charter review process has a fundamental impact in the future of Pinellas County as it will determine the county’s governance as it moves forward in the future,” Vose says. “It’s an honor to be selected by the commission.”

The selection was the culmination of a multiple month selection process pitting Vose and his team against a prominent and politically powerful statewide law firm.

Vose also serves as General Counsel to the 2016 Orange County Charter Review Commission, the second time he has held that position. The only other attorney to have served in that role twice was former Orange County Mayor and U.S. Senator Mel Martinez.

About the Pinellas County Charter Review Commission:

The Pinellas County Charter Review Commission is an independent commission under the Pinellas County Charter empowered to review, on behalf of the citizens of Pinellas County, the operation of county government in order to place proposed amendments to the Pinellas County Charter on the general election ballot. Such proposed amendments do not require the approval of, and cannot be vetoed by, the Pinellas County Board of County
Commissioners. For more information, visit: www.pinellascounty.org/charter

About Vose Law Firm:

Vose Law Firm focuses its practice in local government representation, real estate and development law and general business law. Founded by Gretchen “Becky” Vose, the firm serves clients throughout the state of Florida from its Winter Park headquarters. The firm has served as city attorney for 11 Florida cities, and has successfully represented numerous real estate developers statewide. For more information, visit: www.voselaw.com

 

 
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Jessica Hew joins Vose Law Firm as Partner
Monday, July 13 2015 10:05

Jessica K. HewVose Law Firm LLP is pleased to annouce that Jessica K. Hew has joined the firm as a partner.

Jessica brings more than twenty years' experience to her general civil and commercial litigation practice, where she has proven to be a highly versatile civil litigator with jury and bench trials and appeals in various facets of the law, particularly with complex litigation, in Florida state, federal and appellate courts. She has experience in administrative law complaints and litigation, including before the Florida Real Estate Commission, Department of Business & Professional Regulation, Board of Accountancy, and Florida Bar. In her litigation practice, Jessica has represented parties in matters involving commercial, real estate, title insurance, homeowners and condominium associations, declaratory action, civil rights, bankruptcy, torts, discrimination, labor, insurance defense, construction, copyright, trademark, intellectual property, family, probate, slander/defamation, adversary proceedings, securities, commerce, domestic violence, collections, partnership, workers’ compensation insurance, tax, corporate, landlord/tenant, shareholder derivative suits, and qui tam matters. Jessica is well versed in case management, particularly management of high volume electronically stored information and complex litigation.

During her career, Jessica has provided transactional support for clients, including wills and personal documents, contracts and business enterprises, and represented and counseled multi-state corporations and partnerships in asset protection, governmental compliance, tax, and corporate law to anticipate and evaluate situations for client protection. Throughout her career, she has represented a variety of individuals, partnerships and companies in a wide range of industries, including hospitality, technology, healthcare, real estate, banking, and financial. Jessica also served as a Staff Attorney for the Circuit Court, serving the Civil, Family and Felony Divisions, where she reviewed and evaluated court filings and attended hearings to aid the judiciary on points of law, including evidentiary issues, with drafting of orders and judgments, and responded to mandates from the Courts of Appeal. She also is a Certified Mediator in Florida Circuit Civil and County Courts, and is a Qualified Arbitrator, permitting her to act as party representative or neutral in arbitration and mediation proceedings to successfully, efficiently and effectively resolve disputes.

In addition to advocating for her clients, Jessica is active in local, state and national professional, community and charitable organizations in leadership positions. Currently, she serves the Board of Directors for the Community Food & Outreach Center and the East Orlando Chamber of Commerce; the Board of Trustees for the OCBA Foundation; and the Advisory Board for the Central Florida Gay and Lesbian Law Association. She also serves as Vice-Chair of the WMFE Community Advisory Board; Co-Chair of the American Bar Association Section of Litigation's Pretrial Practice and Discovery Committee; and the Executive Committee of the Florida Bar Committee on Diversity and Inclusion. She is an active member of the Orange County Bar Association, who bestowed her with the Outstanding Service Award in 2005, 2009 and 2011, and the Junior League of Greater Orlando, Inc., amongst other organizations.

Jessica received her J.D. at Tulane University School of Law in 1992, where she served as the Articles Editor for the Tulane Environmental Law Journal. She received her B.B.A., magna cum laude, in International Business from Loyola University of the South in 1989. With her love of learning, Jessica frequently lectures, presents and authors on various professional and educational topics to diverse audiences. She is also a mentor for the American Bar Association Section of Litigation's Diverse Leaders Academy and the Central Florida Association for Women Lawyers, and a founder of the Central Florida Diversity & Mentoring Picnic in 2013.

 
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Wade Vose Hired as Pierson Town Attorney
Tuesday, June 09 2015 00:00

On June 9, 2015, the Pierson Town Council voted unanimously to hire Vose Law Firm LLP and firm partner Wade Vose as its new Town Attorney.

The Town of Pierson is a rural community in northwest Volusia County, known as the "Fern Capital of the World."

The firm is proud to continue its legacy of local government representation and service to the communities of Central Florida.

Vose Law Firm's hiring by the Town of Pierson marks the eleventh city represented by the attorneys of Vose Law Firm LLP as City or Town Attorney.

 
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Wade Vose Hired as General Counsel to 2016 Orange County Charter Review Commission
Monday, March 16 2015 10:12

Wade C. Vose, Esq.Wade Vose, a partner with Vose Law Firm LLP, was recently selected as General Counsel to the 2016 Orange County Charter Review Commission. Mr. Vose and the firm were hired on Thursday, May 12, 2015, at a meeting of the Orange County CRC, the culmination of a month-long selection process pitting Mr. Vose and his team against numerous other experienced local government practitioners.

"It will be an honor to provide legal guidance to the Commission as it makes decisions that will have a fundamental impact on the future of our county," said Mr. Vose.

Mr. Vose previously served as General Counsel to the 2012 Orange County Charter Review Commission. The only other attorney to serve in that role twice was former Orange County Mayor and U.S. Senator Mel Martinez. Other attorneys who have served as General Counsel to the Orange County Charter Review Commission include Orange County School Board General Counsel Woody Rodriguez, and former Florida House Speaker Dean Cannon.

About the Orange County Charter Review Commission:

The Orange County Charter Review Commission is an independent commission under Orange County government empowered to conduct a comprehensive study of any or all phases of county government, and to place proposed amendments to the Orange County Charter on the general election ballot. Such proposed amendments do not require the approval of, and cannot be vetoed by, the Orange County Board of County Commissioners. For more information, visit: www.occompt.com/index.php/minutes/charter-2016/charter2016art

About Vose Law Firm LLP:

Vose Law Firm LLP focuses its practice in local government representation, real estate and development law and general business law. Founded by Gretchen “Becky” Vose, the firm serves clients throughout the state of Florida from its Winter Park headquarters. Unlike traditional law firms, the Vose Law Firm focuses on a counseling-centered approach to its client relationships. For more information, visit: www.voselaw.com

 
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Al Schwarz Named Special Magistrate for the Hillsborough County Value Adjustment Board
Monday, October 13 2014 00:00

Al H. Schwarz, Esq.Al Schwarz, a partner with Vose Law Firm LLP, has been named Special Magistrate to the Hillsborough County Value Adjustment Board. In that role, Mr. Schwarz will leverage his extensive experience and understanding of real and personal property tax appeals to conduct hearings and render opinions regarding ad valorem tax disputes, specifically relating to matters impacting ad valorem tax exemptions.

Prior to joining the Vose Law Firm, Mr. Schwarz served as a Director in a national state and local tax practice with a focus on real and personal property taxation, representing clients in tax hearings and negotiations in jurisdictions throughout the United States.

The Vose Law Firm is proud to continue its legacy of local government representation and service to the communities of Central Florida, while leveraging Mr. Schwarz's unique experience in real and personal property tax law.

 

 
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