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phone: 850.878.5212   |   fax:  850.656.6750

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Meyer, Brooks, Blohm and Hearn, P.A. provides comprehensive legal advice and assistance to candidates for state and federal elective office; to political committees and committees of continuous existence; and, to ballot initiative committees and to other political entities such as Section 527 political organizations.  We represent clients before the Florida Elections Commission, the Federal Election Commission and state and federal trial and appellate courts on election law and campaign finance matters.

In addition, Meyer, Brooks, Blohm and Hearn, P.A. specializes in labor and employment claims, litigating in federal and state courts, before the Florida Public Employees Relations Commission, Division of Administrative Hearings, National Labor Relations Board and the Federal Labor Relations Authority.  We represent both employees and labor organizations statewide before school boards, community colleges, the Florida Board of Governors and the State of Florida Education Practices Commission.  We also represent nurses, physician assistants, physicians and funeral directors and other licensed professionals before their respective regulatory boards, other administrative tribunals and in arbitration.

Election Law

Candidate and ballot initiative representation
Florida Elections Commission proceedings
Federal Election Commission proceedings
Formation of and advice to political committees

Creation and oversight of Section 527 organizations

Labor and Employment Law 

State and Federal Employment Discrimination
Rule Challenges - Age Discrimination in Employment Act
Formal/Informal Hearings - Americans with Disabilities Act
Licensure Issues - Rehabilitation Act, Equal Pay Act
Collective Bargaining - Union Organizing, Representation and Unfair Labor Practices

Administrative Law

Division of Administrative Hearings proceedings
Rule challenges, substantial interest proceedings, bid protests
Representation before public employers and licensing boards

Education Law

Proceedings before School Boards, Community College Boards of Trustees and the State University Board of Governors
Professional Practices and Education Practices Commission proceedings

Constitutional challenges to wrongful practices

Lobbying and Governmental Relations

Advise clients and represent their interests before the Florida Legislature and executive branch agencies and local governments
Develop strategies for enactment and implementation of legislation
Analyze bills and track legislative interests of clients


Comprehensive training on campaign finance, election, education and employment law issues
Development of training manuals and materials
Preparation of employment procedure manuals and training staff on implementation


Prompt scheduling and conduct of mediation proceedings
Effective techniques for alternative dispute resolution

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