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Carlton Fields Adds Appellate Litigator to National Appellate and Trial Support Practice

Miami, Fla. – Carlton Fields is pleased to announce that Katarina Dobsinska joined the firm as an associate in Miami. She is a member of the firm’s national Appellate and Trial Support Practice, which comprises a diverse team of attorneys, including a former appellate judge and former law clerks from numerous state and federal courts, including the United States Supreme Court. The practice has retained significant victories throughout the years, including upholding substantial judgments for clients.

“It’s an exciting time for our Miami office; we are committed to quality growth,” said Steven J. Brodie, Carlton Fields Miami Office Co-Managing Shareholder. “We are delighted to welcome Katarina to the firm.”

Dobsinska is the eighth attorney to join the firm’s Miami office since January 2022. Most recently, the firm added former FINRA attorney and federal tax prosecutor, Tino M. Lisella, in Miami.    

“We appreciate seeing lawyers with such great talent, choosing to develop and grow their practices at Carlton Fields,” added Sylvia H. Walbolt, chair of the firm’s Appellate and Trial Support Practice. “Katarina brings a unique and global perspective to her work. We are excited to have her on board.”

Dobsinska focuses on appellate litigation and trial support in federal and state courts. She handles all aspects of appeals, from initial case assessment through oral argument and beyond.

Prior to joining Carlton Fields, Dobsinska served as the senior law clerk to the Honorable Fleur J. Lobree of the Florida Third District Court of Appeal, where she assisted with respect to a wide range of civil and criminal appeals.

Dobsinska received her J.D., summa cum laude, from Florida International University College of Law, where she graduated first in her class. She is licensed to practice law in California and Florida.

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