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Marvin S. Littky:

Marvin S. Littky began practicing law in Detroit, Mich., in 1963 after completing his undergraduate at the University of Detroit, and earning an LLB and Juris Doctor degree at the Stetson University College of Law.

In 1973, he and his family relocated to Palm Beach County where he continued to help and represent the rights of the victims of personal injury accidents, like he has done for the past 40 years.

Littky's legal associations, committees and honors include:

•The Palm Beach County Bar Association

•The Florida Bar Association

•The Florida Academy of Trial lawyers

•The Michigan Bar Association.

•Charter member of the Palm Beach CountyT rial Lawyers Association

•Served on various committees in the Palm Beach County Bar Association.

•Admitted to practice in the United States Federal District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan, and the U.S. Federal District Court for the Southern District of Florida.

•Active member of the Board of Trustees of Temple BethEl of West Palm Beach for 10 years.

•Honored for his volunteer work by Very Special Arts-Florida of Palm Beach County.

•Awarded the 202 Palm Beach County Parks & Recreation Director's Hall of Fame Award.

Littky's wife, Roberta, works as a financial consultant with Smith Barney in North Palm Beach. They have three grown children, Julie, Pamela, and Joseph, along with four grand children.

Mark Joseph Smith:

Mark Joseph Smith began his legal career by practicing law as an associate at some of Palm Beach County's most prominent and respected defense firms, where he represented major insurance companies and their insured clients. Due to his extensive experience on how insurance companies operate and handle their claims, Smith knows how to beat insurance companies in a court of law.

Smith attended the University of Florida during his undergraduate studies and the Thomas M. Cooley Law School in Lansing, Mich., in 1980 where he earned his Juris Doctor degree. In 1986, Smith was admitted to the Florida Bar.

Smith's legal associations, include:

•Florida Bar Association

•Palm Beach County Bar Association

•North Palm Beach County Bar Association

•Florida Academy of Trial Lawyers

Douglas L. Phipps:

Douglas L. Phipps has been involved in community service all of his life. It began when he was a teenager when he was asked to become a part of the campaign committee for a congressional candidate who was one of Palm Beach County's leading citizens.

Phipps was later selected as a candidate for appointment to the United States Military Academy at West Point, N.Y. While serving in the Army, he was a combat veteran of Vietnam and later become an active, vocal member of the Vietnam Veterans of America. Phipps helped sponsor the "Moving Wall" which is a replica of the Vietnam veterans memorial in Washington D.C. Through his efforts the "Moving Wall" was brought to the South Florida Fair where friends, family, and local veterans could pay tribute to those lost in the Southeast Asian struggle.

Doug Phipps, was also a former law enforcement officer and graduated from the F.B.I. Academy in 1977 while attending the University of Virginia School of Law and Nova Southeastern University. He was a Police Law Specialist and served as the Special Prosecutor with the Office of the State Attorney in Florida, where he prosecuted individuals involved with organized criminal activity that ranged from international auto theft conspiracies to smuggling and trafficking illegal drugs.

He was asked to serve on the committee which was responsible for the creation of The Children's Services Counsel, the Law Enforcement Trainers Association, Crimestoppers of Palm Beach County, and the Vietnam Veterans of America, Chapter 25.

He has also authored several treatises on law, evidence and criminal procedure, which have been used in college courses he has instructed.

Phipps' legal associations, committees and honors include:

Academy of Trial Lawyers of America and Florida, where he represents the interests of victims of negligence.

Palm Beach County Trial Lawyers Association                  

Admitted to practice in the Federal District Court for the Southern and Middle Districts of Florida, and the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeal , Atlanta, Georgia.

Served on the initial steering committee for The Childrens' Services Council in Palm Beach County.

Founding member of The Law Enforcement Officers Trainers Association, a national organization  to  promote professional standards for federal, state, and local law enforcement personnel.

Founded the Palm Beach County Crime Prevention Officers Association and was a founding member of Crime Stoppers, an initiative in which citizen volunteers assist the police in identifying crime and criminals with local communities.

Donor and advocate of the Shriners Crippled Children's Hospital and Burn Center in Tampa, Florida.

Vocal  advocate  in the  political arena for workers compensation and job safety.

Founded and organized several of Palm Beach County's public service organizations and continues to support charitable programs which benefit our community. 

Alejandro (Alex) G. Casas: 

Alejandro (Alex) G. Casas is the son of immigrants who fled Cuba to start a new and promising life in the United States. As a first generation American, he grew up in Palm Beach County and earned a Bachelor of Arts  degree from Florida Atlantic  University. In 1991, he received  his Juris Doctor degree from Florida State University, college of Law.

During his law studies, he was a member of the Law Review and served as the Associate Editor. Casas, who speaks Spanish fluently, was also the President of the Spanish American Law Students Association.

Casas began his legal career as an Assistant State Attorney in the 15th Judicial Circuit, Palm Beach County, where  he was involved  in the  prosecution  of the  high profile date-rape case of William Kennedy-Smith, along with many other noteworthy cases.

After leaving the State Attorney's Office in 1998, Casas began practicing civil litigation and focusing on personal injury by representing the interests of injured victims and their families. Since then Casas has resolved at least one $1 million dollar case each year.

Casas' legal associations, committees and honors include: 

American  Bar Association 

Florida Bar  Association  

Palm Beach County Bar Association

Palm Beach County Trial Lawyers Association

Academy of Florida Trial Lawyers

Admitted to practice in the Federal District Court for the Southern District of Florida.

A member of the Knights of Columbus, where he is a third degree knight.

Casas married his wife, Susie, in 1991 and they have two daughters, Cristina and Cecilia. They are very active in their church, where they are involved in various ministeries. Casas also serves as a voting member of the parish council.

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