Ricardo Gilmore, senior partner and co-founder of Saxon, Gilmore, Carraway & Gibbons, P.A., served on the Law Firm Panel for the FDIC in Jacksonville, Florida. The FDIC Legal Division hosted a Representing the FDIC seminar to discuss changes in the economic conditions of the financial services industry.
Law firms interested in representing the FDIC, particularly minority and women owned law firms, that have expertise in areas related to the financial services industry, including, but not limited to Commercial Litigation, Professional Liability Claims, Complex Real Estate Transactions, Class Action Litigation, Bankruptcy Cases, Debt Restructuring, Workouts, Defaults and Foreclosures, attended the seminar.
Mr. Gilmore has practiced law for more than twenty five years and specializes in the areas of business and corporate law, public finance, and commercial litigation. He has expertise in Florida Government-in-the-Sunshine laws, public records laws, and corporate governance issues affecting commissioners of housing authorities, as well as public finance relative to issuance of municipal bonds and acquisition of tax credits.
Ricardo Gilmore is a member of the Florida Bar, Hillsborough County Bar, and Orange County Bar Associations. He is the Director of HDLI and General Counsel for NAHRO, NOAAH and FAHRO. Mr. Gilmore is also the Director of Florida Blood Services, Inc. and a lifetime member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity.