We are honored to announce that our founder and Managing Shareholder Joseph I. Zumpano has been elected to the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR). Mr. Zumpano’s service on the CFR will not displace, in any way, his leadership or practice at the law firm. We are hopeful that Mr. Zumpano’s unique skill sets and contributions to the CFR will be of benefit to our society and communities.
The Winter 2017 edition of Vim & Vigor magazine featured Zumpano Patricios & Winker, P.A.’s philanthropy. The article highlights a recent ceremony held by the Jess Parrish Medical Foundation thanking ZP&W for its significant contributions to The Children’s Center.
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ZP&W attorney Jared Dall’au authored article “Physician Malpractice Liability: How Physicians May Protect Themselves with a Robotics Revolution in Healthcare” published in the 2018 edition of the South Florida Legal Guide.
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ZP&W is pleased to announce the 2018 edition of South Florida Legal Guide has recognized nine ZP&W attorneys as Top Lawyers.
The following ZP&W attorneys were named 2018 Top Lawyers:
- Joseph I. Zumpano
- Leon N. Patricios
- David J. Winker
- Bryan R. Cleveland
- Grace L. Escalona
- Martha M. Esperon
- David R. Garcia
- Heather K. Stoessel
- Matthew T. Wright
The 2018 edition of South Florida Legal Guide featured ZP&W Founder and Managing Shareholder Joseph I. Zumpano in its article, “War on Terror Moves into the Courtroom.”
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On November 10, 2017, Joseph I. Zumpano spoke at the Florida Hospital Association (FHA) “Achieving Success in Managed Care and Alternative Payment Strategies” Conference in Lake Mary, Florida. Mr. Zumpano presented “Recent Trends in Managed Care Disputes” to the conference attendees.
Joseph I. Zumpano was asked to give a guest lecture at St. Thomas University School of Law. The heavily attended session included an overview of terrorism law and highlights from his career in the field. The lecture received words of appreciation and was well-received by the law school and attendees.
On February 23, 2017, the Miami Herald featured a cover story regarding Mr. Zumpano and the historic case Caballero v. FARC, et al. In a hard fought victory, Mr. Zumpano and his legal team recovered almost $1 million for Mr. Antonio Caballero whose father, former U.N. Ambassador Carlos Caballero Cormane, was murdered at the hands of Colombia’s most notorious guerilla groups and the North Valley Cartel. The Miami Herald reported that “[t]he case is likely to draw the attention of other guerilla victims in the United States, who have also won multi-million-dollar judgments but haven’t been able to collect, because the assets are either frozen or concealed.”
On February 27, 2017, CNN featured Mr. Zumpano and the case Caballero v. FARC, et al. In a hard fought victory, Mr. Zumpano and his legal team recovered almost $1 million for Mr. Antonio Caballero whose father, former U.N. Ambassador Carlos Caballero Cormane, was murdered at the hands of Colombia’s most notorious guerilla groups and the North Valley Cartel.
On February 23, 2017, Miami Today published that Joseph I. Zumpano was recently named to the St. Thomas University School of Law Board of Advisors.