Segundo J. Fernandez (Tallahassee, Florida)

Segundo J. Fernandez

Licensed for 40 years

Practice Area: Environmental Law, Governmental Law, Administrative Law 1 more area of practice 1 more

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850-270-0022

Segundo J. Fernandez

850-270-0022

Free initial consultation, Fixed hourly rates, Fixed fees available

Serving Tallahassee, FL view address

Partner at firm Oertel, Fernandez, Bryant & Atkinson, P.A.

Serving Tallahassee, FL view address

Free initial consultation, Fixed hourly rates, Fixed fees available

Awards AV Preeminent

About Segundo J. Fernandez

Beta Beta Beta, Delta Theta Phi. Associate Editor, Cumberland Law Review, 1975-1976. Author: Note, "Municipality's Growth Restriction Plan Found to be an Unconstitutional Burden Upon the Right to Travel," 5 Cumberland Law Review 543, 1975; Comment, "Choice of Law Considerations in Alabama," 7 Cumberland Law Review 89, 1976. Co-Author: "Key Haven and Its Progeny: Uncertain Choices for Constitutional Challenges to Administrative Action," 58 Florida Bar Journal 381, June, 1984. Author: "Stormwater Revisited: Department of Environmental Regulation New Rule for Regulation of Stormwater Discharges," 56 Florida Bar Journal 479, 1982. Co-Author: Chapter 4, Environmental Regulation and Litigation in Florida; "State and...

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Beta Beta Beta, Delta Theta Phi. Associate Editor, Cumberland Law Review, 1975-1976. Author: Note, "Municipality's Growth Restriction Plan Found to be an Unconstitutional Burden Upon the Right to Travel," 5 Cumberland Law Review 543, 1975; Comment, "Choice of Law Considerations in Alabama," 7 Cumberland Law Review 89, 1976. Co-Author: "Key Haven and Its Progeny: Uncertain Choices for Constitutional Challenges to Administrative Action," 58 Florida Bar Journal 381, June, 1984. Author: "Stormwater Revisited: Department of Environmental Regulation New Rule for Regulation of Stormwater Discharges," 56 Florida Bar Journal 479, 1982. Co-Author: Chapter 4, Environmental Regulation and Litigation in Florida; "State and Federal Regulation of Construction Activities in the Waters and Wetlands of Florida," The Florida Bar Continuing Legal Education Publications, 1988, 1991; "McDonald Revisited: Development of the Deference Doctrine in Florida Administrative Law," Vol. 66, No. 22, Florida Bar Journal 70, December 1992. Author and Lecturer: Environmental Permitting Courses, Florida Chamber of Commerce, 1995-2009. Assistant General Counsel, 1977-1980 and Deputy General Counsel, 1980-1983, State of Florida, Department of Environmental Regulation.

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      Credentials

      Position
      Member
      Admission Details
      Admitted in 1976, Florida
      1978, U.S. District Court, Northern, Middle and Southern Districts of Florida and U.S. Supreme Court
      1981, U.S. Court of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit
      Additional Payment Information
      Free initial consultation
      Fixed hourly rates
      Fixed fees available
      Law School Attended
      Cumberland School of Law of Samford University
      Class of 1976
      J.D.
      cum laude

      University of Miami
      Class of 1977
      LL.M.
      Ocean and Coastal Law
      University Attended
      University of Miami
      Class of 1973
      B.S.

      Florida State University
      Class of 2009
      M.A.
      Birth Information
      Born in 1950
      Havana, Cuba, December 31, 1950
      Associations & Memberships
      The Florida Bar (Member, Sections on: Environmental and Land Use
      Administrative Law).
      Languages
      Spanish

      Areas of Law

      • Environmental Law
      • Governmental Law
      • Administrative Law
      • Litigation