Attorney Greg Snell wrote an article entitled "The Flexibility Theory of Damages and Lost Profits" which appeared in the April 2011 edition of the Volusia County Bar Association newsletter "The Communicator." The article details the law and related challenges associated with proving lost profits.
Mr. Snell provides representation on a wide range of business litigation matters, including claims of lost profits. He has been recognized as a Florida Super Lawyer in the area of commercial litigation, twice has been a LawDragon finalist as one of the top 500 lawyers in America and twice was selected by LawDragon as one of the top 3000 lawyers in America. Mr. Snell obtained the highest business litigation verdict in Volusia County history, a case in which the jury awarded $18,500,000.00 in lost profits against Hartford Insurance of the Southeast. He is a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum and has been AV rated by Martindale-Hubbell for 15 consecutive years.
Mr. Snell frequently speaks and writes on topics related to business law and litigation, including proving lost profits, and is available to serve as co-counsel or to consult with attorneys handling business litigation matters. For additional information on the credentials of Mr. Snell see his Profile. To read the article use this link: Physician/Patient Agreement Requiring Arbitration of Mal-practice Claim Upheld for First Time. For news on other articles written by Mr. Snell see the Articles or News and Accolades pages of this site.