Company Name: Brick Business Law
Industry: Business Law
Years in business: 8
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"We love our St. Pete clients and being part of their story and want to help more small businesses succeed in St. Pete."
Brick Business Law has been serving clients in St. Pete since their inception in 2014. Recently, the firm opened a permanent office right on Central Ave. in St. Petersburg.
"We love our St. Pete clients and being part of their story and want to help more small businesses succeed in St. Pete," Kevin Brick Esq., founder and managing partner of the firm, said.
Brick Law provides a variety of legal services for small businesses primarily in the areas of day-to-day general counsel, transactions, litigation and disputes.
"We believe that every small business deserves excellent, compassionate legal counsel. We strive to be the preeminent trusted resource for small business law in Florida," Brick said.
The firm is always interested in hiring smart, talented and compassionate business attorneys to join their team of 10.
"We’d especially welcome inquiries from attorneys whose specialties are complementary to ours, such as real estate or intellectual property," Brick said.
For job opportunities with Brick Law, please click here.
GET TO KNOW KEVIN
Kevin serves as outside general counsel to numerous local and national businesses and litigates business-related issues.
Kevin is recognized by the Florida Bar as a board-certified expert in business litigation. The Florida Bar rigorously evaluates the experience and competency of attorneys to determine board eligibility. There are less than 250 board certified attorneys in business litigation out of over 100,000 members of the Florida Bar.
Kevin is also Martindale AV-rated and has been recognized as a member of the Florida Legal Elite and as a SuperLawyer for several years. He is rated 10/10 by both Justia and Avvo. He was rated as one of the Top 100 "Bet The Company" Litigators in the nation in 2019. He is a former Hillsborough County prosecutor where he took over 100 cases to trial.