Keith G. Shevenell
Keith Shevenell practices in the areas of Homeowners’ Associations, Property Management, Business Litigation, Creditors’ Rights, Contracts, Foreclosure, Insurance, Landlord/Tenant, Family and Personal Injury.
Prior to joining the firm in 2016, Keith served as a contested litigator representing corporate clients for a statewide creditors’ rights firm. He conducted all stages of litigation from complaint to judgment, with a primary focus on contested non-jury trials as first chair. He also made weekly court appearances for hearings and/or trials while maintaining and directing assigned files for Palm Beach County Florida.
Earlier in his career Keith supervised operations for a Tampa law firm that expanded into New Jersey. His primary focus at the firm was on first party insurance disputes following Super Storm Sandy. In this capacity, he drafted, approved, filed dispositive motions, pleadings, and memoranda on various subjects relative to those practice areas.
Keith has represented clients through all stages of litigation including trial, contested court hearings, and various alternative dispute forums including mediations, examinations under oath, and neutral evaluations.
He managed his own general practice law firm for two years following law school graduation. During this time Keith assisted clients in matters relating to personal injury, family law, landlord/tenant, medical malpractice, small claims, and general civil actions.
While in law school, Keith interned for the Honorable Judge Nick Nazaretian in the Thirteenth Judicial Circuit of Florida. As an intern, he observed trials and reviewed motions and pleadings relating to county criminal and general civil litigation.
- J.D., magna cum laude, Shepard Broad Law Center, Nova Southeastern University, Fort Lauderdale, FL, 2010
- Order of Barristers, Award for Excellence in Trial Advocacy, 2010
- Regional Semi-Finalist, AAJ National Student Trial Advocacy Competition, 2010
- B.S., Criminology, University of Tampa, Tampa, FL, 2007
- U.S. District Court, Middle District of Florida, 2016
- New Jersey, 2013
- U.S. District Court of New Jersey, 2013
- Maine, 2011
- Florida, 2010