Smith Bigman Brock Partner, Frank S. Ganz Earns Board Certification
Daytona Beach August 10, 2021 – Smith Bigman Brock is pleased to announce that Firm Partner, Frank S. Ganz has recently become Board Certified by the Florida Bar Association in the practice of Condominium and Planned Development Law.
Board certification identifies Mr. Ganz as a lawyer that has special knowledge, skills, and proficiency, as well as a reputation for professionalism and ethics. Mr. Ganz is now distinguished by the Florida Bar Association as a specialist or expert in the area of law that involves representing community associations and their members, property owners, sellers, purchasers, developers, lenders, government agencies and investors in matters related to community associations and planned developments.
Board certification is the highest level of recognition by the Florid Bar and is indicative of the attorney’s competency and experience in their area of law. Even if an attorney meets the stringent criteria to apply for Board Certification, judges and other attorneys must evaluate the attorney as to their character, ethics, and professionalism; then the lawyer must also pass a rigorous examination before officially earning their board certification designation. As of 2021, only 7% of Florida Bar members are board-certified in one of the 27 certification fields. Our firm also has attorneys who are board certified in the areas of Real Estate, Civil Litigation, Marital and Family, and Criminal Trial law.
About Smith Bigman Brock:
Our story begins with the credentials and accomplishments of our named partners, each of whom is a Board-Certified Specialist in one or more key areas of practice. Horace Smith Jr., Jeffrey E. Bigman and Jeffrey P. Brock are widely recognized for both their legal acumen and community contributions. Smith Bigman Brock is a full-service firm and first-call resource, known for our strengths in complex divorce actions, community association law, business litigation, insurance defense, and commercial real estate concerns at all levels of complexity. For more information, visit our website at http://www.daytonalaw.com