Dena R. Taub
Partner and Vice President
Ms. Taub began her career in 1993 as in-house counsel for a national corporation. She handled complex commercial litigation matters throughout the country in state, federal, and appellate courts. Ms. Taub has numerous published opinions, including Hill v. Pope, 2009 WL 498633, D.Colo., February 24, 2009, Heim v. Heim, 712 So. 2d 1238 (Fla. 4th DCA 1998), Bloch v. Gevinson, 855 So. 2d 729 (Fla. App. 4th DCA 2003), H.W. Gay Enterprises, Inc. v. John Hall Elec. Contracting, Inc., 792 So. 2d 580 (Fla. 4th DCA 2001), Boice v. Warnstedt, 696 So. 2d 448 (Fla. 4th DCA 1997).
Ms. Taub joined Taub & Taub, P.C. in 1997. She now concentrates exclusively in the areas of domestic relations, including dissolution of marriage, legal separation, child custody, child support, visitation issues, paternity actions, adoptions, high conflict matters, protection orders, high asset cases and post-judgment modifications of orders and agreements.
Ms. Taub prides herself on presenting her clients with all available options in connection with their family law needs, whether it is a negotiated settlement or a contentious custody dispute. Her goal is to remove the stress that exists in these emotionally-charged cases and meet the unique needs of her clients.
Richard F. Taub
Managing Partner and President
Mr. Taub began his career as a state prosecutor in 1993. He was quickly promoted as a supervising attorney in DUI and domestic violence units. Subsequently, he handled DUI serious injury and vehicular injury cases, juvenile and violent adult felony and drug offenses.
Mr. Taub was appointed a special prosecutor to represent the state in criminal case prosecutions of high-profile and political cases involving conflicts of interest with the state prosecutor’s office.
After his position as a prosecutor, Mr. Taub joined the law firm of Dickstein, Richardson and Reynolds, LLP and concentrated in the defense of personal injury and related matters for such clients as Allstate and State Farm insurers.
Mr. Taub represented General Steel Domestic Sales, LLC as its chief counsel. General Steel is one of the largest and highest profile steel building retailers in the country, marketing to individuals and business organizations. Duties with General Steel included contract drafting, litigation and alternative forms of dispute resolution (“ADR”), such as mediation and arbitration. Mr. Taub supervised as many as 10-15 associate counsel during his tenure.
Taub & Taub, P.C. was formed by Richard Taub in 1996. He concentrates his practice to areas of criminal defense (with a concentration on complex white collar felony defense, DUIs and domestic violence cases), business representation (including contract review, editing and drafting, litigation and ADR) and injury law. Mr. Taub has handled hundreds of jury and bench trials throughout his career.
Highlights and Representative Clients
- Criminal defense of high-profile husband and wife team charged by Attorney General with Mortgage Fraud
- Chief Counsel for General Steel
- Published Appellate Opinion before United States Court of Appeals in United States v. Dempsey, 180 F.3d 1325 (11th Cir. 1999)
- Trial team for State ex rel. Salazar v. General Steel Domestic Sales, LLC, 129 P.3d 1047 (Colo. App. 2005)
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