“There is no substitute for mastering the relevant law and knowing the facts of your case cold.”

Stanley A. Bunner, Jr. is one of the Firm’s leading commercial litigators. He is involved in cases involving construction defects, title disputes, evictions, complex litigation, community association matters, probate and business disputes.

“My clients benefit from my experience as a military interrogator and human intelligence collector. The knowledge I gained assists me in innumerable ways to be a more effective investigator and advocate.”

Mr. Bunner considers his greatest professional accomplishment to be his arguing of an interpretation of the Interstate Land Sales Act that was adopted by all of the Judges of the Twentieth Judicial Circuit in 2009.

Suffolk University, J.D., 2000, Magna Cum Laude
• Dean’s List 1996 – 2000
• Best Individual Advocate and Finalist, Moot Court Board Thomas C. Clark Appellate Advocacy Competition, 1998 – 1999
• Research Assistant, 1998 (researched trust law in support of the 1999 edition of Loring – A    Trustee’s Handbook for Professor Charles E. Rounds, Jr. Updated)
• Legal Practice Skills Program Best Appellate Brief Award, 1997
• Jurisprudence Award in Civil Procedure, 1997
• Honorable Mention, Legal Practice Skills Oral Advocacy Competition, 1997
• Federalist Society

State University of New York College at Potsdam, B.A., 1985
• Alpha Kappa Delta National Sociology Honor Society
• Dean’s List 1984 – 1985
• Delta Kappa Theta Fraternity, Inc., President (twice), Social Chairman
• Investigator, Public Defenders Service, Washington D.C., 1985

The Florida Bar, 2000
Collier County Bar Association, 2000
United States District Court, Southern District, Middle District, Northern District

AV Rated, 2014 to Present

Meals on Wheels of Bonita Springs, General Counsel and Board Member, 2010 – present

Navy Reserve Officer, 1994 – present
Volunteer Judge for Collier County Teen Court, 2005 – present


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