Frank SantiniFrank Santini graduated first in his law school’s class of full-time students, summa cum laude, at Stetson University Law School. Previously, Frank worked with a nationally recognized law firm for 9 years, where he learned from and conducted trials with and against some of best attorneys in the country. Frank has represented a significant variety of clients from injured individuals to large, multinational corporations, banks, and insurance companies.

 

 

Among his many litigation accomplishments, Frank:

  • Successfully defended a lender at Arbitration and obtained award for costs in a $2.5 million dollar action by an account holder regarding purported unauthorized instruments.
  • Represented a minor in obtaining a six-figure plus settlement against an after-school program following a playground fall.
  • Represented lender in obtaining deficiency judgment in excess of $1 million dollars against guarantor.
  • Represented national chain of fitness centers in obtaining favorable settlement against personal training conglomerate.

In addition to his significant personal injury and business law experience, Frank has noteworthy experience in cybersecrity and data privacy matters.  He has been invited to speak on the topic for such prestigious organizations as Financial Executives International, the National Apartment Association, and the Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants, among many others.  Frank has authored articles published by the American Bar Association and Daily Business Review, and has been cited in news publications like the Tampa Bay Business Journal, Business Observer, and Multi-Housing News.

As an undergraduate at Muhlenberg College in Allentown PA, Frank was a decorated offensive lineman on the football team earning Academic All-American and Unanimous 1st Team All-Conference honors, as well as serving as team captain.  Frank was also a conference champion in the shot-put and broke his college’s 30-year-old shot-put record.

Frank was raised on a small dairy farm in Phillipsburg, New Jersey.  He attended Wilson public high school in Easton PA and earned full scholarships to both college and law school.