Equine Law Group’s Avery S. Chapman, Esq. Named Daily Business Review Excellence Award Innovator Honoree
Avery S. Chapman Esq.’s extensive legal resume added a new honor this month: the founder of Chapman Law Group and Equine Law Group was recognized as a 2020 Innovator Honoree by the Daily Business Review (DBR) for the development of his practice in equine law. In addition to being the head of Equine Law Group, Chapman Law Group, and the founding Chair of the Equine Law Committee of The Florida Bar, Chapman represents national and international equestrians from his elite law practice in Wellington, Florida. His achievements and innovations in the field of equine law will be honored at the DBR Professional Excellence Awards scheduled to be held on October 7, 2020 in Miami. The annual honorees are selected by the DBR from peer nominations recognizing excellence in the legal profession.
This year, Mr. Chapman is one of three Innovator Honorees who have been selected as deserving of special recognition is deserved based on unique ways of developing and differentiating a practice group in the legal industry. His equine law practice in international tribunals, federal and state courts involves complex matters involving equestrians and equestrian businesses.
The three 2020 award finalists are veteran Florida attorneys recognized for their development of innovative law practices.
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