Tampa, FL, November 1, 2013: Mr. Atkinson has been practicing law for almost forty years and has been in Tampa since 1980. Mr. Atkinson is well-known in the state for his career as an Assistant United State Attorney and as chief of the Narcotics section for the Middle District of Florida and his subsequent work for State Attorney Bill James. Mr. Atkinson then spent twenty years in the private practice of law before joining [company_name_short]. Since 2006 he has been recognized as a Florida “Super Lawyer.” Mr. Atkinson is a member of the American Health Lawyers Association and the Florida Bar’s Healthcare Law section. [company_name_short] believes Mr. Atkinson’s broad range of experience makes him an ideal choice to act as its corporate counsel.
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