Brewton Plante, P.A. offers its clients expertise associated with more than 80 years of combined legal practice. Located at the heart of Tallahassee just steps from the Capitol Building, Brewton Plante, P.A. provides its clients with a broad spectrum of legal services, including Administrative Law, Corporate Law, Appellate Law, and Government Relations.
Brewton Plante, PA.’s esteemed reputation stems from its team’s in-depth knowledge, exceptional service and proven track record. Brewton Plante, P.A. recognizes the importance of tailoring each strategy to meet the needs of each unique client and is committed to creating innovative strategies to help its clients achieve their objectives, no matter how complex the legal issue.
Whether you are looking for legal services or government relations representation., Brewton Plante, P.A. is the full-service firm for all your legal needs.
Effective August 21, 2017, Brewton Plante, P.A. is moving their offices to the SunTrust Bank Building, located at 215 South Monroe Street, Suite 825, Tallahassee, FL 32301.read more
The Firm represented Prison Rehabilitative Industries and Diversified Enterprises, Inc. (PRIDE Enterprises) in reference to an Invitation To Negotiate (ITN No: 012-13) in a specification challenge in reference to the manufacturer and distribution of approximately 18...read more
The Firm represented Florida Birth-Related Neurological Injury Compensation Association [NICA], in the Florida Supreme Court, where the Florida Supreme Court upheld the Fifth District Court of Appeals findings that the constitutionally of Section 766.31(1)(b)(1),...read more
The Firm represented Frederick W. Kortum, a public adjuster licensed by the State of Florida, in seeking a declaration that Section 626.854(6), F.S., which was a provision relating to solicitation by public adjusters, was an unconstitutional prohibition on commercial...read more
The Firm represented the Florida Birth-Related Neurological Injury Compensation Association (NICA) as an Appellate in this case in the First District Court of Appeal and in the Florida Supreme Court. The narrow question presented was the interpretation of the term...read more