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Lloyd Schwed and the Schwed, Kahle & Jenks, P.A. Team’s Diverse Florida Law Epertise

March 19, 2013

A Martindale-Hubbell AV-rated law firm, Schwed, Kahle & Jenks, P.A. maintains four locations throughout Florida and has experience in serving diverse corporate and individual clients. Managing Partner Lloyd Schwed has more than two decades of experience in defending clients in complex disability and life insurance claims. He also has expertise in resolving non-compete and contracts litigation matters, and in counseling on malpractice appellate and defense matters involving attorneys and accountants.

Over the years, Schwed, Kahle & Jenks has had the privilege of representing many of America’s preeminent insurance firms and corporations, including Hartford Insurance Company, Santander Securities Corporation, Lincoln Financial Group, Alterra, and Liberty National Life Insurance. The practice’s areas of knowledge and experience extend to investment-related and intellectual property litigation, as well as fraud claims and unfair business practices.

Among Lloyd Schwed’s partners is Douglas Kahle, a veteran attorney with particular expertise in business litigation, and securities litigation and arbitration. A  magna cum laude graduate of the University of Toledo College of Law, he has past clerkship experience with the Office of Chief Counsel of the Internal Revenue Service, and with an Ohio Appellate Court Judge.

Prior to joining his current firm, Lloyd Schwed achieved a number of significant results in cases such as Manning v. Interfuture Trading, Inc., 578 So.2d 842 (Fla. 4th DCA 1991) and Prudential-Bache Securities, Inc v. Greenspoon & Marder, PA., 551 So.2d 584 (Fla. 4th DCA 1989). He has notably achieved a precedent-setting $2.5 million award in a “raiding” arbitration case involving the New York Stock Exchange.


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