Maurice Arcadier | Melbourne Business Lawyer | Florida
Maurice Arcadier graduated from the University of Florida with honors and received a JD/MBA joint degree in 1997. Mr. Arcadier also received an International Law degree from Tulane/La Sorbonne in 1995, and a Bachelors of Arts in Economics in 1994.
After graduation, Mr. Arcadier joined Andersen Consulting, now known as Accenture. During his two year tenure there, he was part of a legal risk management team, providing legal risk management services for Fortune 500 employers. Employers included Citgo, Republic Industries, Motorola, Telco, Teleglobe, and Excel. Mr. Arcadier's role included solving employer/employee issues, risk management strategies, and process consulting.
In 1999, Mr. Arcadier opened his private law firm. Mr. Arcadier started as a general practitioner and trial attorney. In his practice, Mr. Arcadier was involved in the resolution of many business and employment law issues and subsequently, in 2006, limited his practice to business and employment law at both the Federal and State level. Mr. Arcadier is Board Certified by the Florida Supreme Court as a Specialist and Expert in the field of Labor and Employment Law. Mr. Arcadier achieved an AV rating of preeminence through lawyers.com, and Martindale-Hubble / Lexis Nexis.
In addition to specializing and litigating business and employment law cases, Mr. Arcadier is the managing partner of Arcadier and Associates, a six attorney law firm in Melbourne, Florida. As managing partner, Mr. Arcadier is responsible for the day to day operation of the firm, as well as supervising the work of staff and attorneys.
Mr. Arcadier has also been part of litigating large and interesting cases including: sexual harassment cases, Whistleblower cases, Collective Action FLSA cases, and a Class Action Discrimination Case. Check out the media section to see the Larry King interview, Fox News, Eyewitness news, and other contemporary media venues Mr. Arcadier has participated in with his clients.
When Mr. Arcadier is not representing clients, he is mediating cases helping parties resolve their difference. Mr. Arcadier has been certified by the Florida Supreme Court to serve as a Circuit Court Mediator, and a Florida Foreclosure Mediator.
Mr. Arcadier is licensed to practice before the U.S. Supreme Court, the Florida Supreme Court, The Southern and Middle Districts of Florida, and the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals.
Member of the Florida bar, U.S. Supreme Court bar, NELA, FINRA
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Board certified in labor and employment law. Managing partner of a six attorney full service law firm.
Our Melbourne, Florida law office is centrally located in Brevard County, enabling our lawyers to serve clients throughout "the Space Coast", including Melbourne, Cocoa Beach, Titusville, Palm Bay and Vero Beach.
In some of our legal practice areas, such as personal injury and bankruptcy, we offer free consultations and may accept to take your case on a contingency fee basis. This means that the attorneys only get paid based on a percentage recovered from the case. In other areas of law, such as employment law, and business law a consultation fee may be required.
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