John is a shareholder with Taylor Day, and he currently serves as our president and managing partner. In his practice, John protects the interests of companies, management teams, and business owners in a diverse array of commercial and torts disputes. He litigates in State and Federal Court as well as before arbitrators in Florida. His general areas of experience include breach of contract claims, shareholder disputes, corporate governance disputes, joint ventures disputes, agency disputes, engineer and architect professional negligence, construction defects litigation, real property disputes and title claims, deceptive and unfair practices claims, fraud, civil theft, usurping corporate opportunities, defamation, breach of fiduciary duties, conspiracy, trucking accidents and goods-in-transit disputes, as well as premises liability.
John graduated from Indiana University with a degree in Economics and obtained his Juris Doctor from Indiana University School of Law-Indianapolis. While in law school, he was an Associate Editor of the Indiana International and Comparative Law Review. He also studied law at East China University of Political Science in Shanghai and at Temple University’s School of Law-Tokyo. He currently serves on ALFA International’s Board of Directors and is one of Taylor Day’s contact partners for ALFA International.