Paul J. Scheck, a Labor and Employment partner in Shutts & Bowen LLP’s Orlando office, was recently appointed to the roles of Secretary and Treasurer on the Executive Council of The Florida Bar’s Trial Lawyers Section.
As of July 1st, Paul assumed the role of Secretary and Treasurer for the Executive Council of The Florida Bar Trial Lawyers Section, a board he has served on since 2016. Paul is also a Board Advisor to the Orlando Regional Chamber of Commerce, a member of the Board of Directors for Grace Medical Home and a Past President of the Orange County Bar Association.
Formed in 1967, The Trial Lawyers Section is the oldest of the State’s bar sections. The Executive Council is the board that oversees the activities of the Trial Lawyers Section, which consists of over 5,500 trial lawyers throughout the State who share a common interest in trial advocacy before the courts. The organization conducts seminars for trial lawyers, oversees various programs for judicial and civics education, monitors legislative activity important to Florida’s trial lawyers and publishes guidelines and handbooks related to the conduct of trial lawyers in the State.
About Paul J. Scheck
Paul J. Scheck is a partner in the Orlando office of Shutts & Bowen LLP, where he is a member of the Labor and Employment Practice Group. A Martindale Hubbell AV® rated attorney, Paul has been named one of the Best Lawyers in America® in Labor and Employment Law. He has worked with employers and human resources professionals for more than 26 years, and has assisted them through many labor and employment challenges, from corporate policies to wage and hour matters, non-compete claims to discrimination and harassment cases, ADA Title II accessibility claims to unfair labor practice charges. With a sole focus on representing management, Paul is thoroughly familiar with the employment issues that arise in day-to-day operations. This strength allows him to anticipate potential problems and build strategies to help avoid disputes. He also represents clients in litigation, both in state and Federal courts, as well as before administrative agencies including the EEOC, FCHR and NLRB.