8 Metro Rankings
Pennington P.A. is a nationally recognized Florida law firm with offices in Tallahassee, Tampa, Miami, and Jacksonville. For more than forty years, Pennington has provided high-quality, effective legal services and government relations representation to businesses and organizations throughout Florida as well as in other states. Based at the center of Florida government in Tallahassee, Pennington is a full-service, independent law practice with broad expertise in numerous areas including Administrative Law, Business and Corporate Law, Environmental Law, Insurance Defense and Insurance Regulatory, Intellectual Property, Products Liability and Government Affairs. The firm has the depth of talent, experience and resources to provide solutions to the most complex legal or regulatory issues. Yet, Pennington's lawyers and consultants provide clients with the accessibility and responsiveness usually associated with smaller firms. The firm has an "AV" rating in the national Martindale-Hubbell Legal Directory ? the highest rating possible based on a firm's professional qualifications and ethics. At Pennington, P.A., you will not hire just an attorney or a consultant ? you will work with a team. The firm is organized into practice groups and uses teams of attorneys, special consultants, paralegals and support staff to coordinate effective legal and regulatory representation. While the firm's mission is to provide high-quality legal and professional services, we insist that those services be delivered to clients in a prompt, efficient, cost-effective way. That same dedication to excellence and efficiency is in full force when Pennington represents clients before the Florida Legislature, Cabinet, and state and local government agencies. We have a depth of legislative and regulatory experience that only a firm rooted in Tallahassee for the past four decades can offer its clients. Our attorneys and special consultants ? including former senior legislative staff, cabinet affairs staff and senior management regulators - are able to effectively influence government policy through strategic legislative representation. From our broad legal expertise to our continual consideration of client needs, our full-service practice is devoted to providing the best possible legal and government representation to businesses and organizations throughout the state and nation. No matter what the issue, you can rely on Pennington, P.A. to provide sound expertise and superior service.
Total Offices: 4
Total Attorneys: 32
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Litigation Associate Attorney
Florida - Tampa
Tampa office is seeking an insurance defense associate attorney with 3+ years of litigation experience. Candidates must have an active license and be in good standing with the Flordia Bar, as well as any other state bar where a license has been held. Candidates should have litigation experience with auto liability defense experience, experience tak....
Skills Insurance Defense
Attorney with 2-5 years of intellectual property experience
Florida - Tallahassee
Tallahassee office of our client seeks attorney with 2-5 years of intellectual property experience. The candidate must hold a license to practice law in the state of Florida. Licensed by the U.S. Patent Bar are preferred.
Intellectual Property Attorney with 2-5 years of relevant experience
Florida - Tallahassee
Tallahassee office of our client seeks intellectual property attorney with 2-5 years of relevant experience. The candidate must hold a license to practice law in the state of Florida. Must preferably be licensed by the U.S. Patent Bar.