Elliott Wilcox provides attorney paymaster services for individuals and corporate entities requiring secure disbursements of multi-million and billion dollar (USD) and Euro commissions.
Before forming the Wilcox Law Firm, Mr. Wilcox served the State of Florida as an assistant state attorney in Palm Beach and Orange Counties, prosecuting crimes ranging from petty theft and fraud to home invasion robbery and murder. A frequent lecturer on legal topics, Mr. Wilcox also regularly serves as an adjunct professor at Barry University School of Law.
B.S., University of Florida – College of Business Administration
J.D., University of Florida – College of Law
Published Articles and Books
❖ Monthly column, Journal of the New York State Bar Association (2006 – Present)
❖ Monthly column, The Briefs (Publication of the Orange County Bar Association) (2004 – Present)
❖ “Sifting the Issues with Stipulations,” Trial Magazine (Publication of the American Association for Justice)
❖ “What to Do When Your Witness Doesn’t Speak English,” The Florida Bar News
❖ “How to Create a Winning Record,” Journal of the Florida Justice Association
❖ “Be the Guide They Can Trust,” Perspective (Publication of the New York State Bar Young Lawyers Section)
❖ “The Danger of Self-Authenticating Documents,” Perspective (Publication of the New York State Bar Young Lawyers Section)
Awards and Honors
❖ “Distinguished Faculty Award” (Florida Prosecuting Attorneys Association)
❖ “Best of the Bar” – Area of Practice: Prosecution (Orlando Business Journal)