Ansbacher Law promotes attorney Michael C. Feinberg to shareholder

The firm is expanding its leadership team to include three of its attorneys.

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Ansbacher Law Shareholder Michael C. Feinberg
Ansbacher Law Shareholder Michael C. Feinberg
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Ansbacher Law, a rapidly growing, mid-sized North-and-Central-Florida-based law firm, proudly announced the promotion of Attorney Michael C. Feinberg to the position of firm shareholder.

This promotion comes at a significant juncture for Ansbacher Law as it expands its leadership team to include three of its attorneys. 

The decision to add a third shareholder underscores the firm’s commitment to strategic growth and the development of its talented professionals. The firm’s shareholders also include Founding Partner Barry Ansbacher and Managing Partner Zach Roth.

Zach Roth expressed confidence in Michael Feinberg’s ability to contribute to the firm’s continued success.

“We are delighted to welcome Michael Feinberg as a shareholder. This promotion reflects Michael’s exceptional legal skills and profound understanding of business and construction litigation. His legal talent and commitment to serving our clients has played a pivotal role in Ansbacher Law’s success.”

Michael Feinberg joined Ansbacher Law in 2022. A native of New York, he earned his juris doctorate in 2014 from Seton Hall University School of Law and his bachelor’s degree with honors from Muhlenberg College.

With a team of ten experienced lawyers and a strong support staff, Ansbacher Law is well-positioned to continue providing comprehensive legal services across a range of practice areas, including business, real estate, construction, community association, and personal injury law.

The promotion of Michael Feinberg to shareholder status reinforces the firm’s commitment to nurturing talent and maintaining its position as a leader in the Florida legal community.



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