Sidney A. Stubbs was recently honored by the Forum Club of the Palm Beaches with their Outstanding Public Service Award.

The Forum Club’s Outstanding Public Service award was created six years ago to honor those individuals who, through community involvement or a past non-elective post, have made Palm Beach County a better place to live. Past recipients have included George T. Elmore, Marshall M. Criser, Jr., and Pat and Richard Johnson.

Stubbs has more than 40 years of experience in the areas of commercial and corporate litigation and law firm litigation.  His commitment to community service includes currently serving as chairman of Palm Beach County’s Meals on Wheels, and previous service as president of the Gulfstream Council Boys Scouts of America, chairman of Palm Beach County’s Criminal Justice Commission, BIZPAC Board of Trustees, chairman of the Economic Council of Palm Beach County, member of the Palm Beach County Education Commission, president of the West Palm Beach Kiwanis Club, president of the Palm Beach County Bar Association, member of the Florida Bar Board of Governors, and a member of the Forum Club of the Palm Beaches’ board of directors.

Stubbs has been included in Florida Trend Magazine’s Legal Elite Hall of fame, and has been recognized by Best Lawyers in America as Palm Beach Best Lawyers "Bet-the-Company Litigator of the Year." Chambers USAlists him among America's Leading Business Lawyers and Boca Magazine called Stubbs "a lawyer’s lawyer" because much of his practice consists of the representation of other lawyers.  It's not surprising that he was on the cover of Florida Super Lawyers 2013 with the caption:  "Franchise Player - The quiet persuasiveness of business litigator Sid Stubbs."   Stubbs received his undergraduate degree from Florida State University and his law degree from the University of Florida.

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