TAMPA, Fl. – Freeborn & Peters LLP is pleased to announce that Sarah A. Gottlieb has joined the Firm as an Associate in the Litigation Practice Group and a member of the Insurance Brokerage team.
“We are very pleased to welcome Sarah to Freeborn as an attorney in the Tampa office,” said Lawrence P. Ingram, the Firm’s Tampa Office Managing Partner. “Sarah’s past experience will be a strong asset for both our Insurance team and growing Tampa office. We’re excited to expand our talent and legal offerings through new additions like Ms. Gottlieb.”
Prior to joining the firm, Sarah was an Associate in the Tampa office of a regional law firm. She additionally served as a Judicial Law Clerk to the Honorable Charlene Edwards Honeywell in the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida. At Freeborn, she focuses her practice on complex commercial litigation.
Sarah received her Juris Doctor from Stetson University College of Law (cum laude), and her Bachelor of Arts from the University of Tampa (cum laude). During her time at Stetson University, she participated in the Honors Program, served as a Notes and Comments Editor for Stetson Law Review, and served as a legal research assistant to a professor. Ms. Gottlieb is licensed in the state of Florida.
Sarah is active in the community, serving on the board of the Tampa Bay Chapter of the Federal Bar Association and volunteering with Lawyers for Literacy. In her spare time, Sarah can be found outdoors, visiting family in her home state of New York, and reading literature and history.
Known as a Litigation Powerhouse® with a Big Law-caliber reputation in litigation in federal and state courts throughout the United States and internationally, Freeborn has a team of litigators that includes former federal and state prosecutors with decades of trial experience handling all areas of complex disputes and litigation. Freeborn’s Insurance/Reinsurance group serves all areas of the global insurance and reinsurance marketplace, and has immersed themselves in the intricacies of reinsurance custom and practice and the commercial relationships upon which participants in the industry depend. The Freeborn Insurance/Reinsurance practice has been recommended by the 2019 Legal 500 United States Guide for Insurance.