‘WE CAN’ is the mantra of the attorneys at Panza Maurer & Maynard. Our highly skilled lawyers have the specialization, experience and judgment to answer the diversified business needs of clients within the health care, education, pari mutuels, energy, transportation and infrastructure, hospitality and lodging, insurance, banking and environmental industries.
Our attorneys and professional staff are client focused. We know it is all about the clients and their issues. Panza Maurer & Maynard attorneys and staff are immediately responsive to client’s needs and available when the client needs their attorney.
Our client-focused culture creates professional service delivery in an efficient and expeditious manner.
It personalizes the practice of law ensuring the client has a lawyer they can reach and discuss their issues with and knows that the most mundane to highly complex and sensitive issues will be handled professionally and with a personal commitment to advance the client’s position.
Our client-focused approach accomplishes great satisfaction among clients as demonstrated by the long length of time the same clients have continued to retain the services of Panza Maurer & Maynard. Simply put, the attorneys and staff at Panza Maurer & Maynard will work around the clock if that is what is necessary to advance our clients cause.
Virginia C. Dailey has nearly twenty years of experience representing clients in private practice and providing innovative solutions to help clients achieve their strategic objectives. Mrs. Dailey earned two degrees from Florida State University in Tallahassee, beginning with a Bachelors of Science in Business in 1992, and followed by a Juris Doctorate, summa cum laude, in 1999.
Samantha M. Evans practices in the area of corporate and healthcare law. Ms. Evans earned her Juris Doctor, Magna Cum Laude at Nova Southeastern University, Shepard Broad College of Law and a Bachelor of Science at Nova Southeastern University, School of Business and Entrepreneurship.
Jamie B. Gelfman practices in the arenas of administrative and regulatory law. Ms. Gelfman’s regulatory practice includes advising health care providers on compliance and fraud and abuse matters under federal and state laws, including Medicaid and Medicare regulations, anti-kickback, and physician self-referral laws and HIPAA.
Jennifer K. Graner handles compliance and regulatory matters in the State of Florida including, but not limited to, all phases of litigation before the Florida Division of Administrative Hearings and the First District Court of Appeals for health care, pari mutuel and environmental Fortune 500 companies.Details
Elizabeth L. Pedersen practices civil, administrative and regulatory litigation with an emphasis on hospital, hospice and nursing home development (Certificate of Need), Change of Ownership (CHOW) proceedings before the Agency for Health Care Administration on commercial litigation, insurance defense matters and representation of educational and health care institutions.Details