Commercial Litigation

Valerie Barnhart, Esq.

Valerie Barnhart is the founding partner of the Barnhart Law Firm. Valerie focuses her practice on Business Litigation and Business Transactions. Valerie advises clients in all aspects of business and risk management, including contracts, purchase and sale of assets, non-compete agreements, formation of business entities, subcontractor agreements, shareholder agreements, and operating agreements.

Valerie serves on the Seventeenth Circuit Judicial Nomination Commission, has been recognized by Florida Super Lawyers as a “Rising Star” in Business litigation every year since 2016 and named a top “40 Under 40 Outstanding Lawyers of South Florida” by

the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation in 2018. A proud alumnus, Valerie earned her law degree, summa cum laude, from Nova Southeastern University. In 2016, Valerie was named the University’s “Alumni of the Year.”

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