In litigation, it’s easy to pack a brief or an argument with lots of words and hope that something will appeal to a judge or jury. I prefer to take a much more disciplined approach, to internalize the facts of the case and the law so I can focus in on and articulate the key issues. The result is often very simple language. But my experience is that simple language, well considered, is usually the most persuasive.
William “Will” L. Grimsley advises clients on commercial litigation in state and federal courts in Florida. He focuses primarily on representing clients in the financial services industry in commercial and consumer financial services litigation. His cases include foreclosure, collections, and bankruptcy actions involving mortgage and automobile lenders and credit card companies.
Will also counsels clients regarding commercial real estate matters, including leasing and landlord/tenant disputes involving shopping malls, restaurants, gas stations, and other retail space.