Jamie Gavigan, a firm shareholder, concentrates his practice in the areas of complex commercial litigation, real property and land use litigation, and eminent domain.  He also has significant experience in the areas of employment and intellectual property litigation.

Mr. Gavigan represents businesses, individuals and landowners in resolving complex business and real estate matters. When matters cannot be resolved amicably, he is an experienced litigator who has successfully represented clients in a wide-variety of disputes involving breach of contract, business torts, land use and zoning, eminent domain and property rights, employment issues, and intellectual property disputes, among others. He regularly handles cases in state and federal courts throughout Florida.

Mr. Gavigan has been honored by Florida Trend Magazine as a Florida Legal Elite “Up and Comer” – an award given by lawyers to less than 2% of fellow Florida Bar members. He was also named a finalist for the Daily Business Review’s Most Effective Lawyers of 2016, Intellectual Property.

Born and raised in Palm Beach County, Mr. Gavigan is active in the local community.  He is a member of the Palm Beach County Bar Association, serving on its Judicial Relations and Professionalism Committees and its Young Lawyers Section Executive Board. He is also active in the Palm Beach County Chapter of the Federal Bar Association, serving as its liaison for pro bono activities. Additionally, Mr. Gavigan is on the Board of Directors of the Georgetown University Club of Palm Beach.

Mr. Gavigan earned his law degree from the University of Florida, and received his undergraduate degree, cum laude, from Georgetown University. While in law school, he interned as a law clerk for the Honorable Daniel T.K. Hurley of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida. 


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