Donna Greenspan Solomon, Esq., handles business-related appeals, mediation, and arbitration. Donna also co-counsels with those wishing to expand the bench strength of their practice.
Donna was the first attorney certified by The Florida Bar as both Appellate Expert and Business Litigation Specialist. She is a Chair-Approved Member of the AAA’s Roster of Arbitrators (Commercial Panel), a FINRA Chair-Approved Arbitrator, a Florida Supreme Court Qualified Arbitrator, and a Diplomate Member of the National Association of Distinguished Neutrals. Donna is also a Certified Circuit, Appellate, and Family Mediator, and a former CPA with an MBA in finance.
Donna serves on The Florida Supreme Court Committee on Standard Jury Instructions (Contract and Business Cases). She is a former Chair of The Florida Bar’s Business Litigation Certification Committee. Donna is a member of the Palm Beach County Bar Association’s Alternative Dispute Resolution Committee, and publishes periodic Arbitration Case Law Updates in the ADR Corner of the Association’s Bulletin. Donna is a frequent speaker on appellate and ADR issues. She is rated AV Preeminent by Martindale-Hubell.
After graduating No. 1 from the Shepard Broad Law Center at Nova Southeastern University, Donna clerked at the Fourth District Court of Appeal for the Hon. Barbara J. Pariente, Justice (ret). Following her clerkship, Donna was with a national law firm for twelve years before opening her own firm, Solomon Appeals, Mediation & Arbitration, in 2011. Before becoming a lawyer, Donna was a CPA with Price Waterhouse in New York City and then a Manager of Accounting and Financial Reporting for Penn Central Corporation. After moving to Florida in 1987, Donna became an Assistant Vice President/Manager of Financial Reporting for Intercontinental Bank in Miami, and then performed financial systems analysis for American Express before entering law school. Donna can be reached at (561) 762-9932 or [email protected] or by visiting www.solomonappeals.com
Donna Greenspan Solomon (sitting) argues the last appeal to be heard at the old Fourth District Court of Appeal Courthouse
HANDLING CIVIL APPEALS , MEDIATION AND ARBITRATIO N THROUGHOUT FLORIDA