James J. Webb
JAMES J. WEBB hails from Syracuse, New York, but grew up in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. After a brief stint operating a small business, he attended the University of Florida, graduating from its business school with honors and receiving degrees in Finance and Economics. Mr. Webb went on to attend the University of Florida College of Law, graduating with honors in 1995. While in law school Mr. Webb was the recipient of the Book Award for highest exam scores in Torts I, and in Employment Discrimination. Mr. Webb was invited to join the Council of Ten where he served as the Teaching Fellow for Torts. Mr. Webb became a member of the Florida Bar in 1996, and is also a member of the Broward County Bar Association, and of the Federal Bars for the Southern and Middle Districts of the State of Florida. During the course of his advocacy on behalf of creditors Mr. Webb has spearheaded appeals which resulted in two significant published opinions from the Fourth District Court of Appeals, cited as leading cases, helping to clarify and strengthen creditor's rights in the State of Florida. Mr. Webb is located in the firm's Weston office, where his practice focuses on commercial litigation, representation of creditors in state and bankruptcy courts, commercial foreclosure and collections, rights of equipment lessors, and litigation of claims of exemption. When he is not practicing law or spending time with his family, Mr. Webb can be found designing and building furniture or carving in his shop, or playing keyboards for a local classic rock band.