William L. Bromagen, a Fort Lauderdale resident, graduated from the University of Kentucky College of Law in 1986. That same year, he was admitted to practice law in the State of Florida. Prior to Graduation from Law School, Mr. Bromagen accepted a position with the well-known Miami law firm of Blackwell & Walker where he was later elected a partner. In 1995, he decided to leave the firm to form his own practice.
During his career, he has represented a long list of prominent institutional clients in virtually every area of legal practice. Currently, he devotes his time to the state-wide representation of a select number of foreign and domestic motor vehicle manufacturers.
Mr. Bromagen is a frequent lecturer on the Florida lemon law and has been admitted to practice law before several specialty adjudication forums including:
The Federal Court for the Southern District of Florida (since 1987)
The Middle District of Florida (since 1993)
The Southern District of Florida Trial Bar (since 1993)
The Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals (since 1987)
Mr. Bromagen was an active participant in the Rules Development workshops sponsored by the Florida Department of Legal Affairs, relative to the promulgation of procedural rules for the lemon law and motor home arbitration programs.