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Chesley Don Freeman
Charter Member

2101 Highland Ave, Suite 200, Birmingham, AL 35205


Don Freeman grew up in Birmingham, AL and Panama City Beach, FL. He received his undergraduate degree from Birmingham-Southern College, where he was named the Outstanding Business Senior. He then attended law school at the Cumberland School of Law at Samford University, where was named a Scholar of Merit and member of the Dean's List. He began working at Shelby Roden, LLC in 2011. Shelby Roden is a high-stakes, complex litigation law firm established in 1986. The firm has helped individuals and businesses with their environmental, corporate, and antitrust legal needs for more than 30 years. Mr. Freeman has managed the firm’s mass tort projects for most of the past decade, representing over 1000 Southeastern businesses’ interests as a result of the 2010 Gulf Oil Spill and litigating on behalf of thousands of healthcare providers affected by the antitrust litigation against Blue Cross and Blue Shield. His projects have recovered over $100 million in economic damages for his clients. Bar Admissions: Alabama, 2012, U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Alabama, 2012.

Mark Frost
Charter Member

1515 market st, suite 1300, philadelphia, PA 19102


Civil Rights Law Passion and Determination...these are just two of the traits that have made Mark B. Frost so successful in preserving American citizens' civil and legal rights. With over thirty-five years of law experience, he has built an impressive and extensive portfolio of successfully litigated civil cases which have earned him an outstanding reputation. Frost served his country as an officer in the U.S. Marine Corps from 1969 to 1972. During law school, his passion for fighting civil injustices was ignited. He interned at the American Civil Liberties Union and helped prepare a case involving a blind social worker who was denied unemployment with the Ohio Youth Commission because of his disability. After passing the bar in 1974, Frost experienced the first of his many accomplishments when he successfully litigated this case, which was instrumental in establshing employment rights for the handicapped. As an attorney, Frost has obtained millions of dollars in verdicts and setlements during his career. He has tried civil cases in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware involving issues such as freedom of speech, sex and race discrimination, due process, prisoner rights, police misconduct, disability, education and employment cases as well as medical malpractice and other injustices.

Scott Gaille
Charter Member

5847 San Felipe, Suite 1245, Houston, TX 77057


Energy Transactions Scott Gaille is a lawyer and academic, teaching annually at Rice University’s Graduate School of Business and semiannually at the University of Chicago Law School. Scott has authored three energy textbooks (International Energy Development, Shale Energy Development, and Construction Energy Development) and six peer-reviewed articles in the Energy Law Journal. Scott’s law firm, GAILLE PLLC, is an outside general counsel and energy transactions boutique. Mr. Gaille was an Olin Fellow in Law and Economics at the University of Chicago, where he received his Doctor of Law Degree with High Honors in 1995. He attended undergraduate college at the University of Texas at Austin, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Government with High Honors and was elected to Phi Beta Kappa.

Michael Garcia
Charter Member

1395 Brickell Ave, Miami, FL 33131, USA


Premises Liability and Casualty Defense and Maritime Law With 20 years of civil litigation experience and an equity shareholder, Michael Garcia regularly litigates cases in State and Federal Courts, as well as in alternative dispute resolution forums. His practice includes the defense of a wide variety of claims, with particular emphasis on premises liability and personal injury matters. He also handles general liability, professional negligence and wrongful death claims. Michael represents leading businesses across diverse industries and he serves as local counsel to numerous nationwide retailers. Born and raised in Miami, Michael grew up in the family restaurant business and as part of his practice now defends restaurants, including national brands and franchises. Michael handles a wide array of matters, including drafting and reviewing lease agreements for retailers, restaurants, landlords and other entities with a special focus on premises liability issues. Michael also handles disputes involving franchise agreements or between franchisors and franchisees. In the maritime industry, Michael handles personal injury and wrongful death suits filed by passengers, crew and offshore workers of commercial and private vessels. He also litigates other maritime-related claims, including commercial disputes, liens and vessel seizures, cargo damage and collisions. Michael also practices in the products liability arena with a special focus on pharmaceutical products liability. He has represented pharmaceutical companies including generic manufacturers involved in MDL proceedings, from the time of the decision to petition for MDL status through the multi-month trial and settlement of "bellwether" plaintiffs. He conducts depositions, develops expert testimony concerning causation and damages issues, and engages in motion practice and oral argument to eliminate opponents' causation experts on Daubert grounds.

Elizabeth Gardner
Charter Member

16140 E DERBY DR, LOXAHATCHEE, FL 33470-3718


Ethnobotanical Law Consultant A Florida lawyer licensed since 1997. Native of NC. Educated at UNC Chapel Hill (BA) and Nova Southeastern University (JD). Assistant Palm Beach County Public Defender 1997-2000. Private Practice 2000 - current. Criminal Defense, Family Law, Juvenile Law, Dependency Law, Immigration, Foreclosure law. Beginning 2012, Ethnobotanical law consultant