Deborah M. Hallisky, Esquire
Known as a creative, energetic, and flexible professional with 15 years broad legal expertise in civil litigation and appellate practice grounded upon 16 years of expertise in finance and project management with General Electric and Lockheed Martin including operations analysis, overhead functional cost control, compliance, contract negotiation, program management, capital investment, policy development and human resources, Ms. Hallisky has successfully utilized her unique expertise in consolidations, mergers and business transitions within complex government and high technology engineering environments.
Her diverse experience is supported by degrees in political science, Master of Business Administration, and Juris Doctorate in law from Stetson University. She is admitted to practice law in Florida generally, including Federal Court in the Middle District of Florida and the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals in Atlanta, Georgia.
She is an experienced and GE-trained financial manager who possesses enhanced mediation and negotiation skills supported by 15 years of practical legal expertise and general civil litigation in public interest law; public guardianship; federal housing regulations; employment discrimination & labor law; personal injury; worker’s compensation; retaliation; contracts; fraud; patent, trademark, & entertainment; family; trust and estate law. She is an independently motivated leader and team player dedicated to bringinghigh quality results to her clients while adhering to the highest ethical standards.
Jimmy A. Davis, Esquire
New challenges are what drive Mr. Davis forward. From developing new methodologies in transmitting data from orbit to ground stations; programming cell phone towers; working on spectrographic equipment; or generating an interactive website to streamline sales directly to delivery trucks for a wine distributor, and practicing law, there are few challenges this attorney will not confront.
Licensed to practice in Florida generally and in the Federal Court in the Middle District of Florida, Mr. Davis jumped from science to law. As a solo practitioner, Mr. Davis jumped into legal aid service and was quickly recognized locally, by the Florida Supreme Court, and the President of the United States.
His practice areas include landlord-tenant and housing matter in general; family law matters including parental kidnapping; international matters; contracts; wills and probate matters; and general civil matters. His software firm generates online applications with a focus on making business more efficient. He brings from his prior career experience and degrees in engineering, physics, and computer science.