Job draws on broad experience in construction litigation, employment matters, commercial disputes, insurance coverage, corporate governance, professional malpractice defense, and creditors’ rights issues to offer creative and effective solutions to his clients in a variety of legal and business-related circumstances. Prior to joining Taylor Day, Job was an attorney at a regional business litigation boutique, and prior to that, a large firm with a vast array of practice areas.
In law school, Job graduated at the top of his class and served as both Executive Editor of the Florida Coastal Law Review and President of the Moot Court Honor Board, which was ranked #1 among all law schools in the country during his tenure. He obtained book awards for top grade in six courses, served as a teaching assistant for legal writing and appellate advocacy courses, and acquired business and litigation experience as a law clerk at a Fortune 500 company in the medical devices industry and a small employment law firm. Upon graduation, Job’s peers elected him to deliver the Student Commencement Address. He double-majored in History and Criminal Justice at the University of Charlotte, where he was a leading advocate on the student and alumni committee that convinced the Board of Trustees and Athletics Director to start a Division-I Football Program.
Job is admitted to practice in all state courts in Florida, as well as the United States District Courts for the Northern and Middle Districts of Florida. He is a member of the Jacksonville Bar Association.
Outside his law practice, Job and his wife Julie have one daughter and two dogs. In his spare time, Job’s passions are cooking, wine, and freelance golf journalism. His golf essays, podcast appearances, and course reviews have been featured by No Laying Up and The Golfer’s Journal.