Gustavo Bravo, of counsel, maintains an AV® rating as per the Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory – the highest attorney rating as voted by peers in the legal community. He also is rated “Superb” by Avvo.com – the highest rating given by Avvo.com for professional ethics and ability.
Born in Santiago, Chile, Gus moved with his family to South Florida at the age of seven. Gustavo received a full scholarship to play soccer at Nova Southeastern University. There, Gustavo discovered his passion for the law at NSU’s pre-law program, graduating with honors in 1997. Gustavo then continued his legal education at the University of Florida’s Levin College of Law. After serving as an editor of the invitation-only Florida Law Review and graduating with honors in 2001, Gustavo embarked on his legal career by working for two of Florida’s oldest and largest law firms.
First, at Carlton Fields, P.A., Gus was a member of the firm’s Toxic Torts and Products Liability Practice Group where he worked on various “bet the company” type cases for several Fortune 100 companies. Some of these matters included tobacco litigation, vehicle-rollover litigation, pharmaceutical class actions, and bad faith insurance litigation.
Then, at Holland & Knight, LLP, Gus joined the firm’s Litigation Practice Group where he handled a wide-range of complex commercial litigation matters, including construction defect cases, property insurance litigation, and intellectual property litigation.