Founded in 1974 by Managing Partner, William “Bill” R. Scherer, Conrad & Scherer began as a small local firm of trial attorneys. Today Conrad & Scherer stands as one of Florida’s leading firms with an expanded global and national reach with offices in Washington, D.C., Brevard, NC and Quito, Ecuador. And, while commercial litigation is still the Firm’s core practice, it now provides to its clients complementary practice areas such as government relations, land development, bankruptcy, and probate.
The Firm prides itself on its ability to provide tenacious legal counsel leveraged by business acumen and local relationships in order to achieve indisputable results for its clients. Clients get the benefit of a multifaceted approach with seasoned trial attorneys, lobbyists, certified public accountants, and negotiators all working in concert. And while Conrad & Scherer offers sophisticated legal counsel to meet its clients’ business and political needs beyond the four walls of the courtroom, when litigation is necessary, it does so with the unparalleled expertise it has long been known for.
The Firm has been recognized as a Top Law Firm by the South Florida Legal Guide and is AV Rated® by Martindale-Hubbell®. With representation that includes the 2000 Presidential recount, one of the highest percentages of recovery for victims of a Ponzi scheme, one of the largest jury awards in Broward County’s history, and the landmark legal precedent on behalf of Burmese victims of forced labor – its reputation as a powerhouse firm is well-earned.
Conrad & Scherer is proud of its commitment to excellent legal representation in any forum, the complex matters it handles, and the impressive clients it serves.
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November 14, 2014
Prominent Fort Lauderdale attorney Bill Scherer, along with attorney Bruce Rogow are now representing one of the nine people who […]Continue Reading
November 13, 2014
When city commissioners stayed up until the early-morning hours last month to pass an ordinance placing tough new restrictions on […]Continue Reading