Cody Frank’s broad-based litigation experience representing both plaintiffs and defendants provides him with an invaluable perspective when prosecuting claims on behalf of individuals and businesses. Cody practiced civil appellate law specializing in medical malpractice and general negligence with a boutique firm based in Fort Lauderdale. He has litigated cases in multiple state and federal jurisdictions throughout the country. He has defended numerous dispositive motions, engaged in data-intensive discovery and worked extensively with experts and attorneys. His efforts while there have led to settlements and jury verdicts awarding millions of dollars in relief.
Cody has extensive experience handling appellate matters in state and federal courts. He is an accomplished writer and oral advocate who strives to maintain trial victories on appeal or in overturning adverse rulings arguably wrongly decided. He has helped brief cases in Florida’s District Courts of Appeal, the Florida Supreme Court, and the United States Supreme Court. He understands the importance of gathering and condensing years of litigation history into an accurate, compelling narrative.
Cody received his Juris Doctor degree from St. Thomas University School of Law in Miami Gardens. While attending law school, Cody was on the Dean’s List, a CALI Award recipient for earning top grades, a member of two journals—Journal of Complex Litigation and Journal of Student Research, a member of the international legal honors society Phi Delta Phi, and a Research Assistant assisting in intensive preparation for witness testimony to be given to Congress on the Class Action Fairness Act of 2005. Believing in giving back to the community, Cody devoted over 100 hours of pro bono services to indigent clients while managing a full course load. He also earned Certifications in negotiations and dispute resolution from Harvard Law School and Pepperdine University School of Law.