Each year, Panama City Living Magazine and its readers select the best-of-the-best among local businesses. Barron & Redding, P.A. is proud to receive the 2018 Panama City Living Magazine Readers’ Choice Award for Best Law Firm/Attorney! Holly Melzer and Caleb Ratliff attended the awards ceremony on behalf of the Firm. Award winners will be featured in the September/October issue of Panama City Living magazine. Thanks Holly and Caleb for doing the honors!
Barron & Redding is pleased to announce a new Associate to the Firm. Julianne (Juli) M. Ference received her J.D. from Florida State University College of Law, cum laude, in December 2017. Welcome to the Barron & Redding team, Juli!
Barron & Redding is pleased to announce that Devin D. Collier has joined the firm! Prior to Barron & Redding, Devin practiced as an Assistant State Attorney for the 14th Judicial Circuit where he was a felony trial division chief. Devin began his career as an appellate attorney practicing primarily before Florida’s First District Court of Appeals. During his career, he has tried approximately thirty-five jury trials to verdict.
Welcome to Barron & Redding Devin!!
Barron & Redding is pleased to announce two changes within the Firm effective January 1, 2017. Ted Howell has been promoted to full equity Shareholder and Jeffrey Carter has been promoted to Shareholder. Congratulations to both Ted and Jeff!
Barron & Redding is pleased to announce the addition of a new associate, Caleb Ratliff. Caleb holds a BA degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Georgia and a JD degree from the University of Georgia School of Law. We are very excited to have Caleb on our legal team at Barron & Redding!
Barron & Redding attorneys Michael P. Dickey and Jeffrey S. Carter scored wins in back-to-back oral arguments before the First District Court of Appeals last week. Mike appeared on behalf of a regional college accreditation association, defending a summary judgment that denied an attempt to obtain access to records under the Florida Public Records Act. Jeff appeared on behalf of a creditor defending a ruling that provided attorneys’ fees in a judgment lien foreclosure. The panel of the First DCA convened for oral argument in Panama City, and the Barron & Redding cases were two of the three set for argument. Less than 24 hours after oral argument, the First DCA entered orders affirming both trial court judgments.