His formal academics include:
He supports the Taxpayers Against Fraud Education Fund and has contributed to the TAF Quarterly Review.
Cheryl Flax-Davidson, of Counsel
Ms. Flax-Davidson has been an attorney for over 30 years and is a member of the U.S. Supreme Court bar and the bars of New York, Florida, and Massachusetts. She has worked on many of Mr. Kroner’s FCA cases.
Ms. Flax-Davidson spent ten years with the General Counsel’s Office of the Association of Trial Lawyers of America, writing federal and state appellate court briefs and amicus curiae briefs to the U.S. Supreme Court. She is competent in areas of complex statutory issues and has participated in litigation that has resulted in precedent-setting court decisions. See e.g. BMW of N. Am. v. Gore, 517 U.S. 559 (U.S. 1996), Honda Motor Co. v. Oberg, 512 U.S. 415 (U.S. 1994), In re Ellis, 425 Mass. 332 (Mass. 1997), Univ. of Miami v. Echarte, 618 So. 2d 189 (Fla. 1993).
Mr. Kroner has represented individuals in civil litigation throughout the United States. He has also practiced in a broad range of federal, state and administrative matters. Mr. Kroner has participated in jury and non-jury trials, appellate litigation, and appearances in state and federal courts in Florida and other states. He is active in pro bono.
Mr. Kroner aggressively pursues and resolves tough cases–false claim, quitam and others. The practice is built on delivering partner-level attention and dedication to client service. Clients can rely on us to be approachable, responsive and efficient.
As a boutique firm offering custom service tailored to each client’s legal needs, we have developed working relationships with attorney specialists and experts throughout the country. We do not hesitate to bring in such experts and specialists as needed to aggressively prosecute our clients’ interests.
Mr. Kroner is often retained as local counsel for non-Florida attorneys with Florida cases, and co-counsels with non-Florida attorneys in FCA cases around the country.
Mr. Kroner believes he has an obligation to engage in service to the community–from representing indigent clients, to teaching, public speaking and assisting local charities.
Mr. Kroner has also serves by appointment on the Miami Beach Committee on the Homeless.
Mr. Kroner has been certified by the Florida Bar to teach an ethics credit CLE course for lawyers.
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