Adams and Reese law firm selected Timothy Volpe to chair the executive committee.
The annual Jacksonville Bar Association Young Lawyers Section Chili Cook-off is 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Feb. 15 at Riverside Arts Market.
More than 50 law firms are bringing their signature chili and cornbread to compete for bragging rights and also to raise money for Clarke Schools for Hearing and Speech.
Chili Cook-off Committee Co-chair Kayla Haines said there will be free chili samples, live music, and beer provided by sponsors Intuition Ale Works and General Truck Equipment and Trailer Sales Inc.
Proceeds from the firms’ registration fees and donations from the public will benefit the school and there will be a raffle for tickets to The Players Championship.
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The Adams and Reese law firm selected Timothy Volpe to chair the executive committee in the Jacksonville office. Volpe joined the firm in 2013 and advises clients in commercial litigation, insurance litigation and insurance industry matters, including the formation, reorganization and the purchase and sale of insurance companies and agencies.
Barbara Cocciolo became a partner at Lippes Mathias Wexler Friedman in Ponte Vedra Beach. She focuses her real estate practice on master-planned communities and condominium developments.
Nick Elder joined Cobb & Gonzalez as senior counsel to practice construction law, real estate law and business litigation. His clients include developers, general contractors, design-builders, subcontractors and property owners.
Shawn Brooks is a new partner with Hall Booth Smith in the law firm’s Jacksonville office. He specializes in professional negligence and medical malpractice, health care, general liability, products liability and transportation defense.