Robert Griscti has been licensed by The Florida Bar since 1980. His litigation practice is in federal and state trial, appellate and administrative courts and tribunals. Mr. Griscti also has consulted or appeared as counsel nationally and internationally in federal and foreign tribunals.
Mr. Griscti represents businesses and individuals in criminal and civil white collar litigation, including government investigations, grand jury proceedings; trial and appeal matters; asset forfeiture and restitution; and regulatory compliance.
He also provides representation in professional licensing and career proceedings, including academic employment and disciplinary cases. Mr. Griscti assists lawyers in discipline matters before The Florida Bar; physicians and other healthcare providers before the Florida Department of Health; and other professionals before Florida's licensing boards.
The philosophy and practice of the Firm is to provide clients with comprehensive consultation and representation. Communication and a clear understanding of the client’s goals, and the strategy to accomplish those, are fundamental to the attorney-client relationship. Ultimately, the Firm’s goal is to favorably resolve not only the current matter, but also to help the client avoid unnecessary future legal issues.
Education and active involvement in community is an important obligation of a lawyer. Mr. Griscti has taught in trial and appellate practice, ethics and professionalism at the University of Florida's Levin College of Law and in other academic forums. He has published in, lectured or moderated in his practice areas in numerous bar association publications and seminars throughout his career.
In 2017, Mr. Griscti was honored by the Eighth Judicial Circuit Bar Association with its annual Tomlinson Professionalism Award. The award is given after selection by leaders in his local voluntary bar association to a lawyer "who has demonstrated consistent dedication to the pursuit and practice of the highest ideals and tenets of the legal profession."