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Law firm promotes pair to management committee

The move is part of a succession planning for current Managing Partner Charles Mann, who plans to step down from the role by 2022.


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FORT MYERS — The Pavese Law Firm recently announced that partners Chad Capps and Chene’ Thompson will join current Managing Partner Charles Mann to form a three-person management committee.

Courtesy. Chad Capps joined the Pavese Law Firm in 2008 and became a partner in 2013.
Courtesy. Chad Capps joined the Pavese Law Firm in 2008 and became a partner in 2013.

Capps and Thompson were selected to serve with Mann for 2021, to ensure continuity as Mann intends to step down as managing partner in December 2021, according to a statement. The move is effective immediately, the release adds.  

Capps joined the Pavese Law Firm in 2008 and became a partner in 2013. His clients include national homebuilders, corporations, developers, community associations, nonprofits, contractors, lending institutions and individuals on wide range of issues.

Thompson, meanwhile, joined the Pavese Law Firm in 2013 and became a partner in 2015. Prior to coming to the firm, she was a prosecutor, handling organized crime, white collar fraud and large scale narcotics trafficking cases. She’s the first female managing partner in the firm’s 72 year history, the release adds.

The Pavese Law Firm, established in 1949, has some 22 attorneys in Fort Myers, Cape Coral and West Palm Beach. The firm handles a wide range of law issues, including agricultural, banking, finance, business and corporate, civil litigation, condominium and homeowner’s association, construction, employment, environmental and water, estate planning, probate and trusts, land use and local government and real estate. 

 

 

 

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