PRLog - Jul. 18, 2012 - Attorney Matthew P. Gordon has joined Pavese Law Firm and will be based in the Fort Myers office. Gordon primarily focuses his practice in the areas of real estate, condominium and homeowner association, land use and environmental law.
Prior to joining Pavese Law Firm, Gordon worked in the legal department of a publicly traded luxury homebuilder, at the IRS Office of Chief Counsel, and at a large statewide law firm where he handled a variety of legal matters encompassing real property, litigation, taxation and probate law.
Gordon obtained his undergraduate degree from the University of Florida with honors, graduating No. 1 in his class. Gordon went on to obtain his Juris Doctor from the University of Miami School of Law, graduating magna cum laude. While attending law school, Gordon served on the editorial board for the University of Miami International and Comparative Law Review. Gordon was also a member of the Real Estate and Trust Law Society and Tax Law Society. In addition, he obtained his Master of Laws in Taxation from the New York University School of Law.
Gordon is a member of the Lee County Bar Association, and the Florida Bar Real Property, Probate and Trust Law and Environmental and Land Use Law Sections.
Pavese Law Firm is a full-service law firm with offices in Fort Myers, Cape Coral and West Palm Beach. The firm provides a broad range of legal services for individuals, families, small businesses and large corporations. Practice areas include agricultural, banking and finance, bankruptcy, business and taxation, civil litigation, community association, employment, environmental and water, estate planning, probate and trust, family, land use and government, and real estate law. Established in 1949 as a one-person general practice firm, Pavese Law Firm has grown into one of the largest legal practices in Southwest Florida. With a long history of service to Southwest Florida, Pavese Law Firm has played a significant role in the growth of local businesses, communities and major development projects.