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Randall Reder - Reders Digest Tampa, FL Appellate Law

Randall O. Reder

EDUCATION:

EMPLOYMENT:

  • Senior Law Clerk to Chief Justice Joseph A. Boyd, Jr. 1979-86.
  • Associate Attorney to Jonathan Alpert 1987-88
  • Sole Practitioner 1988 – present
  • Expert Consultant and Outside Counsel for Florida Department of Transportation 2000-2006.

ORGANIZATIONS:

  • Florida Supreme Court Historical Society, Director 1980-86.
  • Carrollwood Community Homeowners Association, Director 1988-89.
  • Magdalene Shores Homeowners’ Association.  President 1994-96.
  • Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce, Director and President of the Northwest Council 1997.
  • High Risers Toastmasters,  President 1999.
  • Carrollwood Area Business Association.  Director 1999-2001
  • The Florida Bar, Chairman Appellate Rules Amicus Curiae Subcommittee 2004
  • Carrollwood Community Bar Association, Director 2001– 07, President 2004.
  • Hillsborough County Bar Association, Chairman Appellate Law Section  2009-2010.
  • Carrollwood Village Country Club
  • Attorney’s Title Insurance Fund
  • Bay Area Real Estate Council
  • Jurists Engaged in Defending Title Integrity (JEDTI)

History & Experience:

Randall Reder is a licensed attorney, admitted to the Florida Bar in 1978. His law practice emphasizes Appellate, Business, Real Estate and Probate Law. Mr. Reder is a longtime resident of the Carrollwood area of Tampa. He graduated from Chamberlain High School in 1970 and the University of South Florida in 1973 with a B.S. degree in mathematics.

Mr. Reder received his Juris Doctorate degree in 1978 from Florida State University, where he was a member of the law review, a legal writing instructor, and research assistant to Dean Joshua Morse, III, and a judicial intern with Justice James C. Adkins. From 1979 through 1986, Mr. Reder clerked for Justice Joseph A. Boyd, Jr. of the Florida Supreme Court.

When Chief Justice Boyd retired at the end of 1986, Mr. Reder returned to Tampa, to work as an associate attorney for Alpert, Josey, Grilli & Freemon for a year and a half. In the summer of 1988, Mr. Reder left the firm and opened his own law practice near his family’s home in Carrollwood, sharing office space with Joe Episcopo and Paul Riffel.

In 1994, they relocated their offices at Georgetown Office Park, 1319 W. Fletcher Ave, Tampa, FL 33612, where they presently maintain their separate law practices. Aurora Aventura currently serves as their receptionist and office manager.

Mr. Reder is an active member of:

He is licensed to practice in all state courts in Florida, the Federal District Courts for the Northern and Middle Districts of Florida, the United States Tax Court, and the United States Supreme Court.

EXPERT WITNESS:

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PUBLICATIONS:

  • Contributing author The Supreme Court of Florida and Its Predecessor Courts, 1821-1917(University Press of Florida 1977)
  • Reder, Randall O., Antebellum Florida Supreme Court, Fla. Bar J. (1984)
  • “Florida Real Estate Transactions Made Painless and Efficient,” (National Business Institute December 2005).
  • “Boundary Disputes: Resolving Conflicts Without Going to Court.”  (National Business Institute April 2006).
  • “Real Estate Law from A to Z in Florida,” (Lorman Education Services January 2007).
  • Reder, Randall O., “Corporations,” Florida Small Business Practice, (The Florida Bar 2009 6th edition).