Carl Berry

Carl Berry - The Strategic Legal Group, Pllc



Carl Berry
The Strategic Legal Group, Pllc
150 East Palmetto Park Road, Suite 800
Boca Raton, FL 33432

561-910-0900

   

Carl Berry
The Strategic Legal Group, Pllc

Attorney Profile
Law School

North Carolina Central University
1992 - 1995

Website

https://thestrategiclegalgroup.com

561-910-0900


 

Carl D. Berry, a former New York State Trooper and U.S. Marine Corp Reservist who served during the Gulf War, received his bachelors in political science from the State University of New York, College at New Paltz (1992) and his juris doctorate from North Carolina Central University School of Law (1995).  He is admitted to practice in the Florida state and Federal Courts. 

 

Mr. Berry represents is an experienced business attorney providing general counsel to small to medium size businesses. He provides broad based business counsel covering, commercial transactions, corporate compliance, mergers and acquisitions, and licensing. Mr. Berry also had an extensive background in commercial litigation in Federal and State Court.

 

Mr. Berry provides representation for individuals in family, bankruptcy, and debt defense  He also practices sport and entertainment law providing representation to world class professional athletes, musicians and producers, and television and event production companies. Mr. Berry has worked with and represented world class athletes such as Former World Champions, Michael Moorer, Shannon Briggs, Ray Mercer, Hector Camacho, Aaron Davis, Richard Hall, Juan Urango, David Santos and O’Neil Bell.

 

He has published articles and text in the area of Federal labor and employment, Americans with Disabilities Act, as well as EEOC law. Mr. Berry is also Associate Graduate Faculty at Florida Atlantic University, teaching sports law for the MBA Sports Administration program and business law for the Barry Kaye College of Business. 


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