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North Carolina: (919) 847-8632

Florida: (850) 878-6404
North Carolina: (919) 847-8632

Jeremiah is an experienced associate in the Firm’s litigation practice. In that role, Jeremiah represents dealer clients as well as dealership associations in litigation with the manufacturer. Jeremiah has also consulted in drafting legislation to help protect dealers’ rights in various states.

Jeremiah has handled jury trials, appeals, labor negotiations, and testified before legislative committees. Jeremiah has also handled a diverse array of types of matters including criminal, employment matters, labor matters, civil rights defense, and constitutional cases. Currently, Jeremiah is representing dealers in termination, allocation and turndown cases.

Jeremiah graduated from the Florida State University College of Law in 2000, where he was the treasurer for the Federalist Society. Jeremiah started his legal career as an Assistant State Attorney with the Second Judicial Circuit of Florida, was General Counsel for the Speaker of the Florida House of Representatives, Marco Rubio, was General Counsel and Bureau Chief for the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office, and was then General Counsel for Presidents Bill Galvano and Wilton Simpson in the Florida Senate.

Representative Experience

  • Represented Florida Senate in challenges to Ballot Initiatives regarding Electric Deregulation, Medicaid Expansion and Marijuana.
  • Represented Florida Senate in Snipes v. Scott, 4:18-CV-580-MW/CAS, 2019 WL 163352 (N.D. Fla. Jan. 10, 2019) and Israel v. Desantis, 4:19CV576-MW/MAF, 2020 WL 2129450 (N.D. Fla. May 5, 2020), cases involving Florida unique suspension constitutional provision which allows the Governor to suspend local officials and the Senate to remove or reinstate them. Both officials had challenged the suspensions saying the Senate had denied them probable cause and in both cases the Senate got the matters dismissed as to the Senate.
  • Represented the Pasco Sheriff before the Governor and Cabinet in a budget appeal which is an unusual process where a Sheriff can seek review of the budget amount that County Commission had allotted him.
  • Represented the Florida Legislature in Maas v. Olive, 992 So. 2d 196 (Fla. 2008) which was a separation of powers case regarding whether the courts could overrule the Legislature on how much Capital Collateral Counsel could be paid.

Professional Associations and Memberships

  • The Florida Bar
  • Federalist Society
  • National Association of Dealer Counsel


Florida State University College of Social Sciences Bachelor of Science

Florida State University College of Law, Juris Doctorate



U.S. District Courts:

  • Southern District of Florida
  • Middle District of Florida
  • Northern District of Florida
  • District of Colorado

U.S. Appellate Court:

  • 11th Circuit Court of Appeals