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Carlton Fields’ Jason Kairalla Appointed Chair of The Florida Bar Federal Court Practice Committee

Litigation and Trials   |   Appellate & Trial Support   |   July 29, 2019
Miami, Fla. – Carlton Fields is pleased to announce that Miami Shareholder Jason Kairalla was appointed to serve as chair of The Florida Bar Federal Court Practice Committee for a term ending in June 2020. Kairalla previously served as vice chair of the committee, which is the Bar’s liaison to the federal courts, federal bar organizations in Florida, the Eleventh Circuit Judicial Conference, and others interested in federal practice.
 
Kairalla's practice involves defending complex individual and class action cases on behalf of insurance companies and other financial services institutions in federal and state courts. He also litigates complex business disputes and matters of constitutional, environmental and land use, media, and intellectual property law. As a member of the firm's appellate group, Kairalla has handled a number of appeals in both federal and state courts. He also advises, speaks, and writes on legal issues presented by new technology, including law-related technology and e-discovery.
 
Kairalla chairs Carlton Fields’ Tech Innovation Task Force. He also serves as co-chair of the American Bar Association's Appellate Practice Committee and president of the University of Miami Law Alumni Association. He earned his J.D., magna cum laude; M.B.A., with high honors; and B.B.A., magna cum laude; from the University of Miami.

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