Ms. Daboll currently focuses her practice on the defense of corporations in complex tort and product liability cases. Her practice covers a wide range of complex business and commercial matters. Ms. Daboll’s experience includes handling hundreds of cases from the initial pleading stage through discovery to trial. She has honed her ability to handle all phases of litigation, including taking significant depositions, preparing expert witnesses and developing trial strategy.

Ms. Daboll has served on numerous trial teams, representing Philip Morris USA and Lorillard Tobacco Company in tobacco litigation throughout the state of Florida, and in most of these trials, securing a complete defense verdicts on behalf of her clients.

Ms. Daboll graduated in the top 1 percent of the University of Florida Fredric G. Levin College of Law. While in law school, she was symposium editor of the Florida Law Review.

Publications

Bonnie C. Daboll, School Choice Legislation: Constitutional Limitations on Regulation of Parochial Schools After Zelman v. Simmons-Hams, 55 FLA. LR. 711 (2003).