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Founded in 1974 by Managing Partner William “Bill” R. Scherer, Conrad & Scherer began as a small local law firm of trial attorneys.
Today, Conrad & Scherer stands as a preeminent litigation law firm with a national and international reach. Its team of attorneys operate from offices in Fort Lauderdale, FL, New York, NY, Brevard, NC, and Quito, Ecuador, providing clients a range of services that includes complex commercial litigation, government relations, land development, bankruptcy, probate and more.
The firm prides itself on its ability to deliver tenacious legal counsel matched with exceptional business acumen. Clients benefit from a multifaceted approach to their legal issues, with seasoned trial attorneys and other firm professionals all working in concert. Wherever the venue, clients can count on Conrad & Scherer for sophisticated support that is focused on meeting their individual needs, whether that means drafting legal memoranda, negotiating, developing contracts or arguing in the courtroom. In fact, when it comes to performance in front of judge and jury, the firm has distinguished themselves as particularly vigorous advocates for their clients’ best interests.
Conrad & Scherer has consistently been recognized as a Top Law Firm by the South Florida Legal Guide and is AV Rated® by Martindale-Hubbell®. The firm has participated in a number of high-profile efforts, including the historic recount in the 2000 presidential election, and won what is said to be Florida’s highest percentage of recovery for victims of a Ponzi scheme. As well-known as these matters may be, clients and cases need not be prominent to benefit from the firms proficiency; its reputation as specialists in challenging and complex cases of all types is well-earned.
Conrad & Scherer is proud of its commitment to excellent legal representation in any forum, the sophisticated matters it handles and the impressive clients it serves.
High Stakes Trials. High Impact Cases. High Profile Clients. High Quality Representation.