Rywant Alvarez is proud to announce that five of our partners have been named 2020 Florida Super Lawyers and three attorenys have been named 2020 Florida Rising Stars. Super Lawyers and Rising Stars are chosen after an evaluation on twelve indicators of peer recognition and professional achievement including verdicts, settlements, transactions, representative clients, experience, honors and awards, special licenses and certifications, position within law firm, bar or other professional activity, pro bono and community service, scholarly lectures and writings, education and employment background and other outstanding achievements.
Greg Jones was featured on GivingBack TV supporting Faith Cafe. Greg has been working with Faith Cafe for the last 15 years. Faith Cafe serves the homeless and hungry in Tampa. Their mission is to serve their neighbors in need with dignity and respect.
Rywant Alvarez again this year is proud to be a sustaining law firm supporting Bay Area Legal Services
As the news relating to COVID-19 continues to develop, we wanted to touch base with our valued clients and friends and make you aware that the members of the Rywant Alvarez team have capability to work remotely.
We are hopeful that the duration of this event will be limited, but Rywant Alvarez will employ all necessary resources to continue to provide services to our clients.
We wish you all health and safety.
Rywant Alvarez is pleased to announce our newest attorney, Kimberly Nuñez. Kim is an associate in the firm’s Tampa office. Her practice focuses on insurance litigation and personal injury. She graduated from Stetson University College of Law. Kim is originally from Sarasota and has lived in Tampa since she was an undergrad at the University of South Florida. Kim is fluent in Spanish. She volunteers with Lawyers for Literacy where she tutors elementary school children in vocabulary and reading.
We are pleased to announce that Melissa Isabel obtained a dismissal in favor of our client. After three years of contentious litigation, Melissa was able to brief and successfully argue the Plaintiff had committed and perpetuated a fraud on the court. The trial court granted the motion a month prior to the scheduled jury trial.
Our newest attorney, William Dennis received his undergrad degree from USF. He then went on to graduate from Liberty University School of Law, where he was a Dean’s Scholar. Upon graduation, Will worked for the Tenth Judicial Circuit Court as a prosecutor. Will spent four years prosecuting cases ranging from second degree misdemeanors to capital felony crimes. After four years and over 40 trials later, Will decided to moved into civil practice, where he has primarily focused on first party property defense. Will is excited to advocate for his clients inside and outside of the courtroom.
Rywant Alvarez sponsors the Collective’s January Happy Hour. The Collective is a group of socially conscious and public-spirited friends, who believe that access to justice is fundamental to the wellbeing of our community.
John Guyton was appointed to the Civil Trial Law Certification Committee. He recently obtained summary judgment for his client in a complex commercial dispute.