Boyd & Jenerette is pleased to announce that Partner Sherry Lambson-Eisele has been appointed to the Eighteenth Judicial Circuit Grievance Committee by The Florida Bar. This appointment is a testament to Sherry's unwavering commitment to the legal profession's ethical standards and her dedication to upholding the principles of justice. We are proud to have her as part of our team and confident that her invaluable expertise will continue to serve the legal community with distinction.
About The Florida Bar Grievance Committees
Local grievance committees are composed of lawyers and nonlawyers and are responsible for continuing the investigation of possible lawyer misconduct referred by Bar discipline attorneys. The grievance committee reviews complaints with much the same purpose as a grand jury. That is, the committee decides, after a case is submitted to them by bar counsel, whether there is probable cause to believe a lawyer violated the professional conduct rules imposed by the Supreme Court of Florida and whether discipline against the lawyer appears to be warranted.
About Sherry A. Lambson-Eisele
Sherry Lambson-Eisele chairs the firm’s Business Litigation Practice Group and the Bankruptcy and Creditor’s Rights Practice Group. She has 29 years of experience handling construction, complex business, creditors’ rights, lender representation, property, and insurance defense litigation matters. Ms. Eisele has represented large and small business owners, developers, contractors, suppliers, lenders, insurers, bonding companies, theme parks, hotels, and individuals in matters ranging from multi-million-dollar claims to single-family home-owner matters and everything in between. She regularly handles complex construction, business, and real estate matters.
In the area of construction, she represents clients in disputes and litigation involving liens, bonds, payment and other contract disputes, construction defects, claims for extra work, construction delays, indemnity disputes, engineering and design errors and omissions, and construction project administration.
In the area of business, she represents clients in disputes and litigation involving business contracts, business divorces, business torts, director and officer liability, employment contracts, restrictive covenants, franchise agreements, commercial leases, commercial foreclosures, work-out agreements, and other banking and finance related matters.
In the area of real estate, she represents clients in disputes and litigation involving contracts, title claims, quiet title actions, boundary disputes, easements, trespass, and other real estate matters.
Her extensive litigation experience includes appearing in state, federal, bankruptcy, and appellate courts as well as arbitration and other dispute resolution proceedings. Ms. Eisele is often retained as an expert to testify regarding attorneys’ fees in business and construction litigation matters in Florida.