Richard J. Plotkin, Esquire is an attorney with the law firm of GrayRobinson, P.A. Rick has extensive jury and non-jury trial experience having tried approximately 100 jury trials while serving as Assistant State Attorney in the Jacksonville State Attorney’s office. He was an Assistant State Attorney for over five years in the Repeat Offender Division focusing on violent crimes before entering private practice fourteen years ago.

Rick currently focuses his practice on civil and complex commercial litigation with areas of emphasis on business litigation, landlord-tenant disputes, collections and foreclosures, real property litigation, employment law, and insurance coverage. Rick serves as a trusted advisor for a number of clients throughout the United States but focuses his attention on issues in Florida. While serving the legal needs of his clients, Rick acts as outside counsel for the lease administration group of a Fortune 50 company for over ten years. He is also a member of the Florida Litigation team for the largest publicly traded real estate company in North America and represents a number of franchisors throughout the United States.

Rick has served as a lecturer on trial advocacy, witness preparation and the art of jury selection. He has previously appeared as a co-presenter for Sublease Management issues at other National Retail Tenants Association conferences.