Jones Foster is pleased to announce the addition of two attorneys, Greg S. DeMeuse and Travis J. Foels. Greg DeMeuse has joined the Firm’s Real Estate practice group and is based out of the Palm Beach office, while Travis Foels has joined the Firm’s Litigation & Dispute Resolution practice group in the West Palm Beach office.
“Greg and Travis are talented young attorneys who add to our capabilities in key areas where we continue to see an increased need and anticipate long-term growth,” said Chairman Larry B. Alexander. “After nearly a century of experience in the community, the Firm approaches client service in a way that ensures we are able to serve multiple generations. Our ongoing recruitment and professional development initiatives are paramount in continuing our history of excellence into the next era.”
Greg focuses his real estate practice on commercial and residential transactions, including purchase/sale transactions, refinances, and construction loans, as well as commercial leasing. Greg graduated magna cum laude with a J.D. from Stetson University College of Law, where he participated in the Stetson Honors Program. While earning his law degree, he gained valuable legal experience serving as an intern to the Supreme Court of Florida with the Honorable Justice Barbara J. Pariente. Greg has held leadership roles as a board member for several industry and non-profit organizations.
Travis’s practice focuses on commercial litigation, medical malpractice, hospital liability, products liability, and premises liability. Travis graduated magna cum laude with a J.D. from the University of Florida Levin College of Law and was awarded membership in the prestigious Order of the Coif. While earning his law degree, he served as a Teaching Assistant for trial practice, legal writing, and appellate advocacy and as an Articles Editor for the Florida Law Review. Travis received the Gertrude Brick Law Review Award for the Best Note of 2017 and was also the recipient of book awards in appellate advocacy, legal research, electronic discovery, land use planning and control, and medical malpractice.