MIAMI, FL – Jan. 15, 2018 – Pardo Jackson Gainsburg is pleased to announce that Partner Linda Worton Jackson has been named a “Top Lawyer” by the South Florida Legal Guide for 2018.
South Florida Legal Guide’s Top Lawyers and Top Law Firms are selected by peer nominations, which are then reviewed by the publication’s editorial department. Each lawyer’s standing with the Florida Bar, accomplishments and other credentials are taken into consideration.
Worton Jackson chairs the firm’s Bankruptcy/Restructuring and Corporate Transaction Groups. For more than 25 years, she has represented lenders, debtors, committees, creditors and purchasers. Linda has tackled all phases of bankruptcy litigation and Chapter 11 and 7 bankruptcy proceedings in cases all over the country.
She also represents banks and lenders in all stages of a loan — from the closing of the loan transaction to the refinancing or modification to the litigation or bankruptcy phase when necessary. Linda’s experience in both the transactional and litigation aspects of a loan provides her with a perspective and ability that few attorneys possess and that her clients value.
Worton Jackson has received numerous awards including Super Lawyers and Florida Trend’s Legal Elite and is consistently rated as an AV-Preeminent lawyer (5.0 out of 5.0) by Martindale Hubbell. She most recently was awarded the prestigious Alexander Hamilton Scholars Award from the Dade County Bar Association for her outstanding service to the community, in recognition of her dedication to the legal community and for serving as a role model to which all members of the Bar shall aspire.
ABOUT PARDO JACKSON GAINSBURG, PL
Pardo Jackson Gainsburg, PL is a Miami-based business law firm that represents clients in all areas of real estate, construction, hotel/hospitality, litigation, creditors’ rights, and corporate matters. The firm handles complicated business and construction litigation, with an emphasis on complex commercial, construction law and insurance defense, and represents clients in corporate transactions, including loan origination and workouts, contracts and mergers and acquisitions.