Jim Turner is a consumer rights attorney practicing in Orlando, Florida. He received a B.S. in Accounting from Bentley College, with highest honors, in 1972 and his J.D. degree from the University of Miami School of Law, cum laude, in 1975.
Throughout his 39 year legal career, Mr. Turner has been a consistent and active member of The Florida Bar, among other organizations, by authoring the following articles for the Florida Bar Journal:
- “Consequences of Instructing Deponents Not To Answer”
- “Employer Liability for Acts of Sexual Harassment in the Workplace: Respondeat Superior and Beyond”
- “The Perils of (Reporting and) Not Reporting Sexual Harassment”
- “Successfully Defending Employees in Non-compete and Trade Secret Litigation”
He formerly served on two separate occasions as Chair, Labor & Employment Law Section, of the Orange County Bar Association and is a founding member, Florida Chapter of the National Employment Lawyers Association, a civil rights organization that assists victims of discrimination.
Mr. Turner has extensive legal experience in both state and federal court at bothe the trial and appellate levels.
Jim is a Viet Nam Era Veteran, remains active in several local veterans associations including the American Legion, Post 112 in Winter Park, Florida. Mr. Turner is very active is the local community.
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