Bruce Alexander Minnick, Attorney
The founder of The Minnick Law Firm, Bruce Alexander Minnick, is a recognized legal expert in Labor and Employment Law and has been certified as an expert by The Florida Bar. Bruce Minnick has been involved heavily in the litigation and appeals of labor and employment law and related civil rights claims since 1981 when he was appointed to the position of assistant attorney general for the State of Florida.
Consequently, The Minnick Law Firm has the benefit of Bruce Minnick's significant experience in interpreting, construing and applying the state and federal labor and employment law statutes, and relies upon his expertise when dealing with all the confusing, overlapping published case law in these very complex actions involving:
Bruce Alexander Minnick earned his undergraduate degree in Finance with Honors from the College of Business at Florida State University in 1971. He returned to south Florida, where he went into commercial banking, and became an assistant vice president and assistant comptroller in a large commercial bank in downtown Miami until returning to Tallahassee for law school.
While attending law school at Florida State University, Bruce was appointed to the position of Staff Director of the Florida House Committee on Rules & Calendar, by then Speaker of The House of Representatives, the Honorable Donald L. Tucker. Bruce graduated from Florida State University College of Law and was admitted to practice law in Florida in 1978. Bruce has since enjoyed many years of extensive hands-on experience establishing and operating many small businesses, including two successful law firms. Bruce Minnick is also presently involved in the operations of several other successful small businesses that he established in Tallahassee, and also counsels and advises the owners of many other small businesses.
Board Certified in Labor and Employment Law
|Education:||Florida State University College of Business Bachelor of Science in Finance|
|Admissions:||U.S. District Court Southern District of Florida Trial Bar 1982|
U.S. District Court Middle District of Florida 1982
U.S. District Court Northern District of Florida 1979
U.S. District Court Southern District of Florida 1982
U.S. Court of Federal Claims 1983
U.S. Federal Courts 1978
U.S. Supreme Court 1981
U.S. Tax Court 1983
U.S. Court of Appeals 11th Circuit 1982
Casines v. Murchek 1986
Cohen v. Florida Department of Law Enforcement 1995
Davis v. Scherer 1984
E.E.O.C. v. Reno 1985
Florida Department of Insurance v. Cypress Insurance Company 1995
Florida v. Long 1988
Forehand v. Florida State Hospital at Chattahoochee 1993
Griffin v. Dugger 1987
Griffin v. Singletary 1994
Griffin v. Wainwright 1982
Howe v. Baker 1986
Increase Minority Participation by Affirmative Change Today of Northwest Florida, Inc. v. Firestone 1990
Lynch v. McMullian 1987
Marek v. Chesny 1985
Rollins v. State of Fla. Dept. of Law Enforcement 1989
Schwartz v. Florida Board of Regents 1987
Waymond Pollocks, et al, Plaintiffs, v. Sunland Training Center, et al., Defendants
Wilson v. Florida Board of Regents 1982
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