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Margie Cooper Receives Prestigious USTA Service Bowl Award, 2013


Margie Cooper, a shareholder with the firm, handles a variety of complex commercial and business litigation matters, with particular emphasis on cases involving real estate/zoning litigation, employment law issues, and general commercial litigation and appeals.

Ms. Cooper is a Board Certified Lawyer in both Civil Trial and Business Litigation.  She is a former Chairman of the Florida Bar Grievance Committee, 15th Judicial Circuit,  and a former member of the Florida Bar Judicial Procedures Nominating Committee.  She is a Fellow in the American Bar Foundation,  was named "West Palm Beach 2014 Lawyer of the Year" in Litigation and Labor & Employment Law by Best Lawyers in America and is listed as a Corporate Counsel Super Lawyer and Florida Super Lawyer by Law & Politics Super Lawyers Magazine, and has been recognized as one of the Top Lawyers in South Florida by the South Florida Legal Guide.  Additionally, she is listed in Best Lawyers in America and Who’s Who in American Law.  Ms. Cooper graduated with a B.A. in mathematics from Rollins College.  She obtained her J.D. from Mercer University where she was an Editor on the Mercer Law Review.

Ms. Cooper received the 2013 USTA Service Bowl Award, the most prestigious award in tennis which has been given annually since 1940 during the U.S. Open "To the Player Who Yearly Makes the Most Noteable Contribution to the Sportsmanship, Fellowship, and Service of Tennis."  Ms. Cooper is a former Touring Professional, Virginia Slims Tennis Circuit, and a former member of the U.S. Jr. Wightman Cup Tennis Team.  She has competed at Wimbledon, the French Open and the U.S. Open and is currently on the Board of Directors of the International Lawn Tennis Club (U.S. Chapter).

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