Bush Ross Announces Three New Shareholders
Jolyon D. Acosta, Charles Evans Glausier and Bryan D. Hull have recently been named Shareholders of Bush Ross, P.A..
Mr. Acosta has been with the Firm since 2007. He received his Bachelor of Science in Accounting, magna cum laude, from Florida State University in 1997, his Master of Science in Accounting from Virginia Tech in 1998, his Juris Doctorate from the University of Florida in 2006, where he was a member of the Florida Law Review, and his LL.M. in Taxation from the University of Florida in 2007. Mr. Acosta is a certified public accountant. His practice focuses on estate planning and administration, wills, trusts, corporate law, partnership law and federal and state taxation.
Mr. Glausier has also been with the Firm since 2006. He received his B.B.A, with highest distinction, from Emory University in 2002 and his Juris Doctorate from the University of Virginia in 2006. Mr. Glausier’s practice focuses on the representation of corporate clients in real estate matters involving complex real estate litigation and real estate transactions. Mr. Glausier has handled numerous appeals, as well as the litigation of defective mortgages, improper real estate transactions, quiet title lawsuits, reforeclosures and multi-million dollar commercial mortgage foreclosures. Mr. Glausier acts as general corporate counsel for hundreds of homeowners and condominium associations across the state, as well as real estate investment firms.
Mr. Hull practiced with Bush Ross from 2005 to 2009 and returned in 2012. During his hiatus from the Firm, Mr. Hull clerked for the Honorable James D. Whittemore, United States District Judge for the Middle District of Florida. Mr. Hull received his Master of Divinity, magna cum laude, from Duke University in 2000 and his Juris Doctorate from Columbia University in 2003. His practice focuses on the representation of clients in business disputes involving contracts, fraud, employment matters, trademark and copyright issues, and professional liability defense.