Roberto Villasante has been an attorney in the State of Florida for more than thirty years. The focus of his practice has been primarily in the trial of complex civil disputes in aviation, international business matters and product liability with an emphasis on drug and medical device litigation.
A 1983 graduate of the University of Florida College of Law, Mr. Villasante is presently a member of the Supreme Court of The United States, Supreme Court of Florida, United States Court of Federal Claims, United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida, United States Court of Appeals Eleventh Circuit, Florida Bar, and has appeared pro hac vice in a number of courts throughout the nation. In 1993 Mr. Villasante represented a Florida based corporate executive before the High Court in London, England (pro hac vice), against a Norwegian Bank that financed a Mexican shipyard, in a jurisdictional dispute published by Lloyd’s List reporting on the ruling’s international precedent value.
Mr. Villasante has served as co-chair of (then named) ATLA’s Vaccine Litigation Group. He has also served as an adjunct professor at Florida International University’s College of Advanced Professional Studies’ Legal Studies Institute. A speaker and lecturer at State and national conferences, he has chaired and presented at Mealey’s Lexis and ACI conferences on topics that include Emerging Drugs and Devices, Class Action Medical Monitoring Claims and Vaccine Litigation.
Our law office is a general civil trial law firm with special interests in fields like EB-5 Immigrant Investor Fraud Litigation, Aviation, Commercial and Injury Claims, Catastrophic Injury and Death, Complex Business Litigation (CBL), Insurance Coverage, Pharmaceutical Litigation, and International Disputes.
Our distinction not only lies in our diverse range of cases, but also in our personalized attention to each client’s situation. Our office limits its caseload in order to properly represent individuals and their claims, and to move quickly to protect our clients’ rights.
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