Nov. 30, 2017

Tripp Scott Law Firm Expanding

Fort Lauderdale, Fla., November 30, 2017-- Tripp Scott today announced that it will be joined by May Meacham Davell PA, a well-established firm that focuses on business, banking, construction, real estate and charter schools.  The move will add six attorneys plus staff to Tripp Scott’s Fort Lauderdale office.

MMDPA has been a part of the South Florida community for more than 25 years.  With the addition of the MMDPA team to the Tripp Scott family, Tripp Scott will now provide additional services for clients of both firms and expand Tripp Scott’s practice areas to include construction law. The addition will be effective on December 1, 2017.

We invite you to meet two of our new partners by viewing the short videos here: 

Rob Meacham: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r6oVnu0Aebc&feature=youtu.be

Bill Davell: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BDT4wZbxQGw&feature=youtu.be

Read the full story in the DBR here: https://bit.ly/2AAMkXN

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Deeper Roots, Expanded Reach

The law firm of May, Meacham & Davell PA has moved six attorneys and staff to join the Tripp Scott team.

A merger was not on the radar for either firm. Tripp Scott has focused on organic growth by adding one attorney at a time. May, Meacham & Davell (MMDPA) had declined offers before.

 

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