Marshall Rainey has a broad range of business, real estate, and litigation experience. His practice is concentrated in the areas of real estate related litigation and transactions. He is also experienced in environmental litigation, eminent domain, bankruptcy proceedings, creditor's rights, construction litigation, and various federal and state administrative matters.
Mr. Rainey's practice is focused on the representation of commercial lenders, land owners, and commercial developers in the acquisition and financing of projects throughout West Central Florida. His litigation work also focuses heavily on real property, with most of the work related to contractual disputes, title and boundary issues, environmental matters, and condemnation. In addition, Mr. Rainey has conducted several trials, jury and non-jury, during his career, and has litigated a variety of matters, including environmental contamination cases, orders of taking, foreclosures, quiet title and restrictive covenant enforcement actions, non-compete and trade secret cases, and a variety of other business related and contract cases.
Mr. Rainey is a member of the Hillsborough County Bar Association and the American Bar Association Section on Litigation. He is admitted to practice in the state of Florida, the U.S. District Courts for the Northern, Middle and Southern Districts of Florida, and the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeal.
Mr. Rainey has been an active member of various business and civic organizations, including his recent appointment to the Executive Committee of the Tampa Downtown Partnership and service on the Board of Directors for the Greater Brandon Chamber of Commerce as Consulting Attorney (2000-05) and as Chairman (2008); he has also served as Board Member and Chairman of the Campo Family YMCA., Brandon, Florida (2004); and as the Consulting Attorney for the Brandon Community Advantage Center (2007-2012).