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Steven H. Judd

Of Counsel
Legal Assistant:  Stephanie Gibson
Email: Steve H. Judd


Richard A. Ulrich

Partner
Legal Assistant:  Kelly Parsons
Email: Richard A. Ulrich


Donald W. Scarlett, Jr. 

Partner
Legal Assistant:  Chris Ruhl
Email: Donald W. Scarlett


John E. Wickman 

Partner
Legal Assistant:  Janet Wickman
Email: John E. Wickman


Roy E. Dean (1931-2016) 

Of Counsel

Eugene-Shuboy

Eugene M. Shuboy III 

Associate
Legal Assistant: Kelly Parsons
Email: Eugene Shuboy

 

2940 South Tamiami Trail Sarasota, Florida 34239
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