Meghan O. Serrano is certified in Business Litigation by The Florida Bar. Meghan focuses her practice on all phases of civil and business litigation, including performing and analyzing discovery, drafting motions, attending mediations, hearings, and motion sessions, conducting witness depositions, and preparing for trial and appellate proceedings.
Meghan devotes her practice primarily to real property litigation, and has extensive experience representing lenders in title claims, foreclosures, deficiencies, workouts and REO matters; representing landlords regarding lease issues, tenant disputes and eviction actions; and representing investors with respect to acquisitions of defaulted loans and loan portfolios. She handles real estate broker deposit and commission disputes, and Florida Real Estate Commission complaints. In addition, Meghan regularly counsels clients regarding alternate methods of dispute resolution.
Prior to joining Shumaker, Loop & Kendrick, LLP, Meghan served as an assistant district attorney in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, where she successfully argued a number of appeals before the Massachusetts Appeals Court which are summarized in published decisions.
While at the University of Connecticut School of Law, Meghan served as Managing Editor of the Connecticut Law Review.