Burr & Forman Welcomes Rosie Morgan to Tampa Office

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Burr & Forman is pleased to announce the addition of Tampa-based counsel Rosie Morgan to the firm's Financial Services Litigation practice group.

Rosie has over sixteen years of experience representing a diverse number of clients, including individuals, investors, banking institutions, servicers, title insurance groups, and real estate developers. She also has experience handling real estate transactions and closings, drafting assignments, demand letters, notices of sale, purchase agreements, powers of attorney, deeds, and notes for residential and commercial clients.

"We are excited about Rosie’s addition to the team and the depth of experience she brings to the firm’s mortgage litigation practice," said Matt Mitchell, Partner and Chair of the firm's Financial Services Litigation practice group.

Before joining Burr & Forman, Rosie managed, directed, and handled litigation for uncontested and heavily contested financial services and creditor's rights matters, including depositions, discovery practice, arbitrations, mediations, motion practice, and trials.

Rosie earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Central Florida and her law degree from Southern Illinois University School of Law, cum laude.

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