JONES FOSTER ATTORNEYS NAMED FINALISTS ON
“MOST EFFECTIVE LAWYERS” LIST

Attorneys Jamie C. Gavigan and Scott G. Hawkins have been named Finalists in the "Intellectual Property" section of the "Daily Business Review's 2016 Most Effective Lawyers" list. 

The Daily Business Review has released its 12th annual list of Most Effective Lawyers in South Florida, which will be published in a special report on December 5th.  

Gavigan focuses his practice in the areas of complex business litigation, real estate litigation, employment litigation, and intellectual property litigation.  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.  Gavigan earned his law degree from the University of Florida, and undergrad from Georgetown University.  He is President of the Georgetown University Club of Palm Beach.

Hawkins, the firm's Vice-Chair, is Past-President of The Florida Bar (2011 - 12), and is a Florida Bar Board Certified Business Litigation Attorney.  He practices commercial and corporate litigation with an emphasis on intellectual property, trade secret disputes, covenants not to compete, securities and real estate litigation.  His clients includ technology companies (internet technology, software development, pharmaceutical product development), major property land owners and insurance companies.  Hawkins graduated the University of Florida with a degree in Economics, earned his J.D. from the University of Florida, and graduated with his Masters of Business Administration from the University of Edinburgh, Scotland, as a Rotary International Foundation Scholar. 

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