Richard Asfar, an associate at Saxon, Gilmore, Carraway & Gibbons, P.A., recently participated in a community event at Joshua House hosted by the Tampa Bay American Inn of Court. Members of the Tampa Bay Inn volunteered to paint the children’s home.
Joshua House has helped to protect and heal over 1200 abused and neglected children since it first opened in 1992. Joshua House is a program of the Children’s Home Society of Florida, Gulf Coast Division. The caring and dedicated staff and volunteers at Joshua House provide homelike environments, love, nurturing, and stability for every child in their care.
Mr. Asfar is a former member of Anthony M. Kennedy Inn and the Consuelo M. Callahan Inn, and is currently a Barrister-level member of the Tampa Bay Inn. The purpose of the Inn of Court is to promote legal excellence, civility, professionalism, and ethics in the practice of law. The meetings serve to educate and connect members of the bar in an effort to help the community.
Richard Asfar represents individuals, government entities, and businesses of all sizes in a wide range of litigation matters. Mr. Asfar focuses his practice on business disputes and complex commercial litigation matters, chapter 11 bankruptcy cases and adversary proceedings, construction defects and lien claims, general litigation defense, and appeals. He also has experience assisting independent record labels with obtaining digital distribution for their music, and representing clients in World Intellectual Property Organization domain name disputes. He can be reached at 813.314.4520 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.