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Rick Gross Appointed to Rules of General Practice and Judicial Administration Committee of the Florida Bar

MIAMI, FL – Merrick “Rick” Gross was appointed to serve on the Rules of General Practice and Judicial Administration Committee of the Florida Bar. He will serve a three-year term, ending in 2026.

The scope and function of the committee is to carry out the mandate of Rule 2.140, Florida Rules of General Practice and Judicial Administration, regarding the proposal of new rules of procedure and changes to existing rules.

Gross is a former chair of the Florida Bar’s Business Law Section as well as the Constitutional Judiciary Committee. His experience with legal organizations extends to the Dade County Bar Association, of which he is a former president, and the American Bar Association, where he is a former and current chair of a number of ABA Section of Litigation and ABA Business Law Section committees, and a former member of the governing council of the ABA Section of Litigation.

Gross has more than 32 years of legal experience serving a variety of business clients. His multifaceted commercial litigation practice includes aspects of banking, real estate, securities, business torts, and creditors’ rights, including bankruptcy. He also handles commercial loan workouts and foreclosures involving all types of real property including raw land, retail, office, multifamily, and condominiums throughout the country.



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