- June 6, 2022
• Jennifer Kifer is a new partner in Holland & Knight’s Jacksonville office and a member of the firm’s Private Wealth Services Group. Her practice is devoted to representation of charitable organizations in contested and uncontested trust and estate matters. Kifer assists them in accelerating and increasing bequest revenue from gifts left to them in wills and trusts.
Her legal background includes maritime and media law.
Kifer served as a judicial law clerk to U.S. District Judge Timothy Corrigan. While attending Florida Coastal School of Law, she was a legal intern to state Supreme Court Justice Barbara Pariente.
After graduating first in her law school class of 439, Kifer was admitted to The Florida Bar in 2010.
The Boyd & Jenerette law firm ended 2020 by promoting attorneys to partner and senior associate and hiring two associate attorneys.
• Kate Aguiar, partner in the Jacksonville office, focuses her practice on auto liability defense, premises liability, general litigation and insurance defense.
A graduate of Florida State University College of Law, she was admitted to The Florida Bar in 2007.
• C.J. Gomes, a partner in Jacksonville, focuses on insurance defense litigation including complex coverage issues, insurer bad faith/extra-contractual liability and appeals.
She graduated from Florida Coastal School of Law and was admitted to The Florida Bar in 2011.
• Ryan Knight, partner in the firm’s office in Orlando, focuses on representation of general contractors, subcontractors, developers and design professionals in construction law and litigation.
Knight graduated from Florida Coastal School of Law. He was admitted to The Florida Bar in 2011.
• Boca Raton senior associate Nadine Foehl concentrates her practice on construction law representing general contractors, subcontractors and design professionals in construction-related disputes. She also is experienced in defending claims involving personal injury, products liability and general negligence.
Foehl graduated from Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad Law Center and was admitted to The Florida Bar in 2015.
• Stephanie Masonbrink, senior associate in Jacksonville, focuses her practice on auto liability, premises liability, general litigation and insurance defense.
She was admitted to The Florida Bar in 2016 after graduating from St. Thomas University School of Law.
• Jacksonville senior associate Candace Padgett practices in the areas of insurance defense, insurance coverage, insurer bad faith, employment litigation defense, director and officer liability, condominium and homeowners association disputes and appellate matters.
A graduate of Florida Coastal School of Law, Padgett was admitted to The Florida Bar in 2011.
• Kimberly Woods, senior associate in Jacksonville, focuses on auto liability defense, insurance defense and general litigation.
She’s the secretary for the Jacksonville Women Lawyers Association and was named one of the 2019-20 Leaders in the Law by the Florida Association of Women Lawyers.
Woods also was selected in April as an Academy Fellow for Class VIII of The Florida Bar Wm. Reece Smith, Jr. Leadership Academy. Her term covers the 2020-21 membership year.
• New associate Cody Ingalls focuses his practice on civil litigation, particularly first party property insurance defense.
• New associate Isabella Limonta focuses her practice on civil litigation including automobile liability and property damage.
Farah & Farah added three lawyers to its team.
• Brittany Honeycutt is a graduate of Florida Coastal School of Law who was admitted to The Florida Bar in 2020. Her practice comprises car accidents, premise liability and wrongful death.
She has client customer service in various career fields before becoming an attorney, including advising federal government employees in wrongful termination cases before the Merit Systems Protection Board.
• Jineane McMinn focuses on automobile, admiralty/maritime, and premises liability personal injury cases.
McMinn attended from Florida Coastal School of Law, where she worked for two semesters at the State Attorney’s Office for the 4th Judicial Circuit as a certified legal intern.
After graduating in 2012, she served the community at Jacksonville Area Legal Aid before joining an admiralty/maritime firm in Jacksonville.
• Robert Bonner was law clerk for Duval County Judge Pauline Drake. A graduate of the University of Florida Levin College of Law, he was admitted to The Florida Bar in 2016.
He represents clients in automobile negligence cases, premises liability cases, animal attacks and other civil and criminal matters.