Orlando, Florida, attorney Juliane M. Brumbaugh, has been a trust litigation, employment law, business litigation and probate and estate litigation lawyer for Bloodworth Law, PLLC, since January 2018.
Juliane is an associate attorney and in April 2018 was named a Martindale-Hubbell AV Preeminent Peer Rated attorney.
Juliane spends most of her time in court handling business litigation, trust, probate and estate litigation, and employment law for plaintiffs and defendants. Based in Orlando, Juliane travels across the state of Florida to client cities and counties.
Juliane said that she focuses on being a teammate with all of Bloodworth Law’s clients.
“I’ve been impressed by the business clients and the knowledge that they have,” Juliane said.
“In the probate and trust litigation cases, the relationships we have with our clients is sometimes being a sounding board, and other times being able to help them walk through some of the most challenging situations they’ve ever been in.
“The difference here is we’re not focused on how can we resolve this to get the most money in our pocket; it’s how can we resolve this to get the most money in our client’s pocket.”
In 2015, Juliane joined the Public Defender Office in Osceola County. During her time with the office, Juliane litigated more than 25 jury trials to verdict in felony and misdemeanor criminal cases.
Juliane worked with the Ticktin Law Group in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, after law school, and was exposed to litigation with an emphasis on mortgage foreclosure and business litigation.
Juliane was an active member of the Alternative Dispute Resolution team in law school, and, in 2013 competed in a regional Negotiation Competition in New York, training and experience that provided valuable trial advocacy and mediation skills.
Juliane moved to Gulfport, Florida, to attend Stetson University College of Law concentrating her coursework on trial litigation advancing her interests in law and science.
Juliane is a native of Steubenville, Ohio, located near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, where she attended the Cyril H. Wecht Institute of Forensic Science and Law at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh. She received a B.A. in biochemistry and an M.S. in Forensic Science.
Juliane is an active supporter of Orlando City Soccer and The Orlando Solar Bears. She enjoys reading criminal mystery novels, running and hiking.
- Stetson University, Gulfport, Florida, College of Law, Juris Doctorate, 2014
- Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Cyril H. Wecht Institute of Forensic Science and Law, M.S. in Forensic Science, 2011
- Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, B.A. in Biochemistry, 2010
- Bloodworth Law, PLLC, January 2018 to Present
- Office of the Public Defender, 9th Judicial Circuit, 2015-18
- The Ticktin Law Group, 2014-15
- The Florida Bar Association, Admitted 2014
- American Bar Association, 2012 to Present
- Orange County Bar Association, 2015 to Present
- Orange County Bar Association, Young Lawyers Division, Member, 2015 to Present
- Orange County Bar Young Lawyers Association, Mentoring Committee
- Orange County Bar Young Lawyers Association, Golf Tournament Planning Committee
- Discovery Church Missions Community Awareness Team, 2018 to Present
- American Cancer Society, Relay for Life Gulfport, Event Chairperson and Community Partner, 2012-14
- Bridgepoint Church, St. Petersburg, Florida, Youth Leader, 2012-14
I choose to protect the rights of my clients, whether through bringing a claim for breach of contract or defending against an unwarranted lawsuit. I provide a voice to their concerns and it is the best feeling in the world.
Recently, we were able to resolve a case faster just because our mindset was more on our client. That’s the philosophy that we have here. We don’t focus only on the dollar amount, because our main concern is on our client.
We’re relaying to them, “this is how the other side has been pushing back and you know we got them to move. But if we come to this number, we believe we’re going to be able to bring this home for you.”
It avoids them having to pay us additional tens of thousands of dollars. And it gets clients more money at the end of the day.
Being an attorney has been a lifelong ambition that only deepened when I participated in the Innocence Project during the legal portion of my forensics training. There are many people without a voice, without the knowledge to go against big firms, and one court decision may be all the difference in the world.
I was named a 2019 Orlando Attorney of the Year by Orlando Style Magazine.
I am a 2018 Martindale-Hubbell AV Pre-Eminent Peer Rated Attorney.