Gwynne Young is a past president of The Florida Bar. Her practice focuses on complex state and federal litigation. She handles a wide variety of commercial and business disputes, real property litigation including title insurance, and real estate matters as well as probate and trust litigation.
She represents both governmental entities and private companies in litigation with each other. Gwynne represents title insurance companies in coverage determinations, coverage disputes and litigation, and insured owners and lenders in title defect and priority disputes.
She has defended insurers in first and third party insurance coverage disputes including property insurance, directors and officers liability insurance, environmental and pollution insurance, professional liability insurance, marine insurance and advice on related bad faith claims.
Gwynne has probate and trust litigation experience including will contests and defense of fiduciaries and beneficiaries, will and trust construction, trust modification, revocation, and termination, and surcharge and removal litigation.
- University of Florida College of Law (J.D., 1974)
- Duke University (B.A., 1971)
- Instructor, University of Florida College of Law
- Assistant State Attorney, 13th Judicial Circuit, Florida
- First woman to hold this position
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