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Deltona City Commission Votes Unanimously to Retain Becky Vose as City Attorney
Monday, August 15 2011 00:00

On August 15, 2011, the Deltona City Commission voted unanimously to hire Becky Vose and Vose Law Firm LLP as permanent City Attorney for the City of Deltona.  

The firm is proud to continue its legacy of local government representation and service to the communities of Central Florida.  

Vose Law Firm's hiring by the City of Deltona marks the eighth city represented by the attorneys of Vose Law Firm LLP as City Attorney.

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Becky Vose Hired as Acting City Attorney for Deltona
Monday, June 06 2011 00:00

On June 6, 2011, the Deltona City Commission voted to hire Becky Vose and Vose Law Firm LLP as Acting City Attorney for the City of Deltona.  

The firm is proud to continue its legacy of local government representation and service to the communities of Central Florida.  

Vose Law Firm's hiring by the City of Deltona marks the eighth city represented by the attorneys of Vose Law Firm LLP as City Attorney. 

Read More: Deltona hires Winter Park law firm to serve as city attorney

 
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Vose Law Firm Once Again Voted Reader's Choice Best Law Firm by Orlando Business Journal!
Friday, October 29 2010 09:00
Vose Law Firm LLP - Orlando Business Journal Reader's Choice Best Law Firm 2010 - Vose Law Firm LLP

It's official!  Vose Law Firm LLP has once again been voted Reader's Choice "Best Law Firm 2010" by the readers of the Orlando Business Journal!

Thank You to all of our clients and friends who voted for us!

 

About Vose Law Firm LLP:

Vose Law Firm LLPVose Law Firm LLP focuses its practice on business litigationreal estate and development lawlocal government representationestate planning and asset protection. Founded by Gretchen "Becky" Vose, the AV-rated firm serves clients throughout the state of Florida from its downtown Winter Park offices. In contrast to traditional law firms, the Vose Law Firm strives to be the most aggressive, experienced, and strategic team of attorneys in Central Florida, while maintaining a counseling-centered approach to its client relationships. For more information, visit: www.voselaw.com.

 
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Wade Vose Featured in New York Times for TEA Party Litigation
Saturday, October 23 2010 09:00

Wade C. Vose, a lawyer for Tea Party activists who say Mr. Guetzloe hijacked their movement, issued a subpoena to Representative Alan Grayson, a Democrat with ties to Mr. Guetzloe.Wade C. Vose, a partner with Vose Law Firm LLP, was recently featured in the New York Times regarding his involvement in litigation here in Central Florida exploring potential connections between Congressman Alan Grayson (D-Orlando) and agents of the third-party TEA political party.

The article, entitled "Democrats Back Third Parties To Siphon Votes From the G.O.P.", appeared on page A1, and continued on page A13, of the October 23, 2010 issue of the New York Times.

Democrats Back Third Parties To Siphon Votes From the G.O.P.

By Jim Rutenberg

ORLANDO, Fla. — Seeking any advantage in their effort to retain control of Congress, Democrats are working behind the scenes in a number of tight races to bolster long-shot third-party candidates who have platforms at odds with the Democratic agenda but hold the promise of siphoning Republican votes.

The efforts are taking place across the country with varying degrees of stealth. And in many cases, they seem to hold as much risk as potential reward for Democrats, prompting accusations of hypocrisy and dirty tricks from Republicans and the third-party movements that are on the receiving end of the unlikely, and sometimes unwelcome, support.

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Here in Florida, local Republicans and grass-roots Tea Party activists continue to press the case that “Tea Party” candidates on the ballot are stalking horses for Democrats, an assertion denied by Democrats.

Polls and independent analysts suggest that the incumbent Democrat in Orlando, Representative Alan Grayson, a firebrand liberal whose defeat is eagerly sought by conservatives, faces an uphill fight to keep his seat in what has been a bitterly fought campaign against his Republican rival, Daniel Webster. But the candidate running on the “Tea Party” ballot line in Orlando, Peg Dunmire, could prove pivotal if Mr. Grayson is to pull off a squeaker.

The “Tea Party” in Florida was formed and registered with the state in 2009 by an Orlando-area lawyer, Frederic B. O’Neal, with help from a longtime client, Doug Guetzloe, an activist, radio host and Republican operative in a running feud with his party, who has earned a reputation as a political trickster. (On Friday, Mr. Guetzloe was sentenced to 60 days in prison for a misdemeanor campaign violation relating to an anonymous political flier he sent four years ago, but his sentence does not start until after the election.)

Tea Party activists in the state said they were flabbergasted to learn of the existence of a “Tea Party” ballot line and Mr. Guetzloe’s involvement with it.“I didn’t know who the heck these people were,” said Everett Wilkinson, a grass-roots activist who has tangled with Mr. Guetzloe and Mr. O’Neal in separate lawsuits.

The grass-roots Tea Party activists and state Republicans, have homed in on a number of connections between Mr. Grayson and Mr. Guetzloe that have become fodder in the local news media, especially in reports on the CBS affiliate, WKMG-TV.

Mr. Guetzloe serves on two business advisory boards set up by Mr. Grayson. A son of Mr. Guetzloe worked as an intern in Mr. Grayson’s Congressional office last year. Federal Election Commission filings show that Mr. Grayson has paid nearly $50,000 to a polling firm that was incorporated in late 2008 by an on-and-off employee of Mr. Guetzloe, Victoria Torres, who is now herself running as a state candidate on the “Tea Party” ballot line that Mr. Guetzloe helped create.In his most recent campaigns, Mr. Grayson advertised on Mr. Guetzloe’s local radio program before it was canceled this year, with some proceeds going directly to Mr. Guetzloe’s company, including, at least in June, a modest commission, station records show.

Mr. Guetzloe played down his connections to Mr. Grayson, saying that he is one of scores of people on Mr. Grayson’s advisory panels and that his son secured his internship at Mr. Grayson’s office through his school.

“This has nothing to do with the Democratic Party; it has nothing to do with Alan Grayson,” said Mr. Guetzloe in an interview.
In an interview outside his house, Mr. Grayson dismissed as “conspiracy theories” suggestions that he had any contact with Mr. Guetzloe regarding the “Tea Party” ballot line. “The Republican Party of Florida wants people to think that there’s something here,” he said. “The old saying where there’s smoke there’s fire? Here there’s not even any smoke.”

Late last month, in a legal battle between Mr. Guetzloe and grass-roots Tea Party activists who accuse him of hijacking their movement, Wade C. Vose, a local election lawyer representing them, issued a subpoena for Mr. Grayson to sit for a deposition. Mr. Grayson was also ordered to share all written or electronic communications he had had with Mr. Guetzloe, members of the registered “Tea Party” and others. That deposition was to take place on Thursday.

Last week, however, Mr. Guetzloe dropped his defamation suit, filed in May, citing procedural wrangling with Mr. Vose — scuttling the order for Mr. Grayson to answer questions.

 
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Wade Vose Subpoenas Congressman Alan Grayson in TEA Party Litigation
Friday, October 01 2010 10:00

Wade Vose Subpoenas Congressman Alan Grayson in TEA Party LitigationWade C. Vose, a partner with Vose Law Firm LLP, has been featured in a number of recent news stories reporting on his issuance of subpoenas for thedeposition of Congressman Alan Grayson (D-Orlando), third-party TEA political party candidate for Congress, Peg Dunmire, and others, in connection with litigation initiated by TEA political consultant, Doug Guetzloe.  Here is a small sampling of the news coverage:

 
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