OUR ATTORNEYS > Laurel R. Wiley

LAUREL R. WILEY, SHAREHOLDER

(561) 653-2900
lwiley@rosenbaumpllc.com

Area of Practice

  • Civil and Complex Commercial Litigation
  • Appellate Law
  • Community Association Law

Bar and Court Admissions

  • Florida
  • U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida
  • U.S. Court of Appeals, 11th Circuit

Education

  • J.D., Nova Southeastern University
  • B.A., New Mexico State University

Professional Experience

Laurel Wiley is a civil and commercial litigation and appellate attorney who has practiced in Florida since 2001. She has broad experience at the trial and appellate level and has represented companies, individuals, and condominium and homeowners associations before administrative bodies as well as Federal and State trial courts and appellate courts.

Ms. Wiley’s experience includes contract disputes, insurance disputes, real property, fair housing, and employment disputes. Prior to private practice, Ms. Wiley served as an Assistant Attorney General for the State of Florida, representing the State in criminal appeals and child abuse cases.

Professional and Civic Associations and Memberships

  • Palm Beach County Bar Association
  • Florida Association of Women Lawyers
  • The National LGBT Bar Association

Publications

  • "A Safe Bet: Florida Gaming Law and the Community Association" in Community Update.
  • "Preliminary Dependency Proceedings" in Florida Juvenile Law and Practice Manual, (8th Edition, 2003).

Representative Cases

  • QBE Insurance Corporation v. Dome Condominium Association, Inc., Case No. 08-20906-CIV- Gonzalez, United States District Court, Southern District of Florida (Jury Verdict of Approximately $3.87 million rendered December 18, 2009)
  • Milani v. Palm Beach County, 973 So. 2d 1222 (Fla. 4th DCA 2008) (vendor seeking declaratory judgment where county expressed intent to grant easements over property intended to be used as a park)
  • Alpha 2001, Inc./Omega 2011, LLC v. Bookstein, 933 So. 2d 731 (Fla. 4th DCA 2006) (Entitlement to shares in predecessor corporation where merger intended to defeat creditor's rights)