Akerman Senterfitt, with offices across the country, is the largest law firm based in Florida. The first office opened in Orlando in 1920, and the firm expanded to open offices throughout Florida, including Jacksonville.
Jacob A. Brown practices primarily in bankruptcy, commercial litigation, and business law representing secured and unsecured creditors, committees, trustees, and debtors. His practice also includes workouts and business reorganizations, as well as analyzing complex legal and business issues associated with bankruptcy and real estate matters and representation of commercial landlords in bankruptcy cases throughout the United States
Stephen G. Prom specializes in business, corporate, health, and tax-exempt organizations.
Peter O. Larsen offers state and local tax planning, consulting, legislation and litigation, and federal tax litigation and controversy.
Timothy J. McDermott’s areas of emphasis over his 35 years of practice include commercial litigation, products liability, insurance and risk management, land use litigation, and franchise disputes. He has significant jury and bench trial and appellate experience in all arenas dealing with complex legal and factual issues and proceedings.
John B. Macdonald, managing shareholder of the Jacksonville office, has practiced law for over 30 years, specializing in commercial litigation, and bankruptcy and creditors’ rights.
David E. Otero specializes in commercial litigation, bankruptcy and creditors’ rights, federal and state tax protests, administrative appeals and tax litigation. He is board certified in business bankruptcy law by the American Bankruptcy Board of Certification.
Peter L. Dame represents local governments, investment banks and other financing participants in connection with the issuance of state and local government bonds and other securities.
50 N. Laura St., Suite 3100, Jacksonville, FL 32202 (904) 798-3700 www.akerman.com
(Photo: Left to Right) Jacob Brown, Stephen Prom, Peter Larsen, Timothy McDermott, John Macdonald and David Otero (not pictured: Peter Dame)