Richard Reinhart
Mediation Counsel

After graduating from law school in 1979, Richard Reinhart remained in Atlanta where he practiced with the Morris, Manning and Martin firm for 10 years. During his five years as an Associate followed by five years as a partner, he gained broad experience in complex business litigation, including contracts, real estate, construction, intellectual property, employment and housing discrimination disputes. While in Atlanta, Richard also served as an Arbitrator with the Commercial Panel of the American Arbitration Association.

In 1989, he moved to the Orlando area and immediately became a shareholder in the firm of McMillen & Reinhart, P.A., which later became McMillen, Reinhart & Voght, P.A. Over the next 17 years, he practiced primarily in the professional negligence area, but also represented clients in serious personal injury cases and complex business matters.

In 2005, he became a Circuit Civil Certified Mediator by the Florida Supreme Court, and soon thereafter began doing mediation work.  By the end of that same year, he withdrew from his firm, leaving the fulltime private practice of law.  Since 2008, he has worked part-time as a Special Magistrate for the Complex Business Case division of the 9th Judicial Circuit.

Professional Education and Qualifications

B.A. ~ Rollins College with Honors, 1976 (Top 8%)
Order of the Coif
J.D. ~ Emory University School of Law, with Distinction, 1979 (Top 5%)
Florida Supreme Court Certified Circuit Civil Mediator
AV Rating ~ Martindale-Hubbel

Memberships, Professional and Civic Associations

Admitted, State Bar of Georgia (1979),The Florida Bar (1980), US Supreme Court (1988)
Member / Chair ~ Florida Bar Grievance Committee (2000)
Member, Academy of Florida Trial Lawyers: Medical Malpractice Task Force (1989-2007)
Former Member, Association of Trial Lawyers of America
Member, Who’s Who Among American Lawyers
Special Commendation / Florida Bar Board of Governors (1997) ~ Service as Lead Bar
Counsel: Florida Bar v. American Senior Citizen Alliance
American Jurisprudence / Book Awards earned in: Constitutional Law, Employment Discrimination
Law, Labor Relations Law, Federal Income Tax, Trusts and Estates Law