Bruce David Green, P.A.

  • Established in 1985
  • Firm Size 1
  • Aviation Lawyer, Aviation Law, Aircraft Finance, Aircraft Leasing, Aviation Regulatory Law, Aviation Certification, Aircraft Litigation, Aircraft Law
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About this firm

Bruce D. Green is a Florida Bar Board Certified Aviation Lawyer. The firm specializes in representing aviation professionals (fixed base operators, aircraft brokers, flight schools and repair stations) as well as aircraft owners, operators, lessors and lenders in the purchase, sale, import, export, lease and finance of aircraft) and FAA licensees (pilots and crew members) in regulatory, certificate (including medical certification) and licensing matters before the FAA and NTSB.

Areas of Practice (10)

Specific Practice Area and Industry Group Details across multiple offices:

  • Aviation Law
  • Aircraft Finance
  • Leasing
  • Sale Of Goods
  • Title Law
  • Federal Aviation Administration Licensing
  • Medical Certification
  • Commercial Litigation
  • Administrative Law
  • Appellate Practice

People (1)

Aviation Law, Aircraft Finance, Leasing, Title Law, Commercial Litigation, Administrative Law, Appellate Practice

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Bar Registry

  • Aviation Law

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