Michael Gore has extensive experience representing clients in the areas of construction, employment, and securities law. Mike develops targeted and practical solutions for his clients. His litigation experience adds an additional element to the guidance he provides in any transactional work; having the benefit of learning certain pitfalls revealed in litigation.
Mike develops and implements strategies in complex litigation matters, understanding that each client and case presents unique challenges and opportunities. He regularly assists clients in developing preventative measures designed to reduce or avoid disputes, including construction and employment contract review and drafting, conducting employment practices audits, and drafting employment policies and handbooks in accordance with state and federal employment laws. Mike also uses his unique experience working in the Investor Protection Bureau at the New York State Attorney General’s Office to advise clients with complex and ever-changing securities laws and regulations. Mike has represented issuers of securities, brokerage firms, and investors.
Mike is a candidate for an LL.M. in Securities & Financial Regulation at Georgetown University Law Center and earned his law degree from New York Law School. Notably, he co-authored "Expert Witnesses," Florida Construction & Practice, 8th Ed., (FL Bar, 2015) and “Trial Preparation,” Florida Construction Law & Practice, 9th Ed., (FL Bar, 2018). As a result of his community service, Mike has been awarded the Silver Pro Bono Award from the Supreme Court of Florida in conjunction with the Florida Pro Bono Coordinators Association.