MEYER, BROOKS, DEMMA AND BLOHM, P.A.
131 North Gadsden Street | P.O. Box 1547 (32302) | Tallahassee, Florida 32301
phone: 850.878.5212 | fax: 850.656.6750
Welcome to Meyer, Brooks,
Meyer, Brooks, Demma and Blohm, P.A. provides high quality legal services from Tallahassee, the state capital of Florida. Our firm is a statewide practice with substantial experience in campaign finance and election law, education law, labor and employment law and representation of professionals in employment, contract and licensing matters, as well as advising professional organizations in the broad array of issues with which they are confronted.
Meyer, Brooks, Demma and Blohm, P.A. possesses the experience and expertise to provide effective legal representation and advice while maintaining close personal contact with our clients to ensure that needs are met in a timely and efficient manner.
Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory, which rates lawyers worldwide, has awarded us an “AV” rating (highest possible). The "A" portion indicates a "very high" rating for legal ability, while the "V" is a general recommendation rating and indicates faithful adherence to ethical standards, professional reliability and diligence and other relevant factors. The ratings are based on confidential recommendations from lawyers and judges familiar with our practice.
The firm has earned the impressive "Best Law Firms" ranking with U.S. News for 2011 -2014. According to U.S. News, "The rankings are based on a rigorous evaluation process that included thousands of clients, highly skilled lawyers and law firm representatives."
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