Marshall Dennehey Shareholder Craig S. Hudson Promoted to Regional Managing Attorney for the Firm’s Florida Offices
Shareholder Craig S. Hudson has been appointed regional managing attorney for Florida. This unique position is designed to enhance coordination, collaboration and management of the firm’s four Florida offices. Marshall Dennehey is one of the country's leading civil defense litigation law firms, with more than 500 attorneys in 20 offices in six states.
Hudson joined Marshall Dennehey as an associate in 1993, rising through the ranks to shareholder and eventually to his current roles as Managing Attorney of the Fort Lauderdale office and Supervisor of the Professional Liability Practice Group for the state of Florida. In 2016, he was elected to the firm's Board of Directors.
“Our southern offices have all come to depend on Craig’s insight, compassion and leadership,” said Marshall Dennehey president & CEO G. Mark Thompson. “I have no doubt the firm will benefit from his expanded role in helping guide the growth of our Florida practice.”
A trial attorney since the mid-1980s, Hudson has litigated hundreds of cases in state and federal courts in Florida, Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Much of his practice is concentrated in defending non-medical professionals, principally lawyers, accountants, architects, engineers, real estate professionals, property managers, debt collectors, insurance brokers and investment professionals. Hudson also represents employers in a variety of employment discrimination claims.
“I am proud to have spent more than 25 years of my career at Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin,” said Hudson. “This is a very special firm, focused on serving our clients the right way and valuing the role our attorneys and staff play in our success.”
Currently, Marshall Dennehey has 55 attorneys in Florida with offices in Fort Lauderdale, Tampa, Orlando and Jacksonville.
Hudson is rated AV® Preeminent™ by Martindale-Hubbell® and is listed amongst the Top Lawyers in Professional Liability Defense in the South Florida Legal Guide.
He attended law school at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey School of Law-Camden and earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Villanova University.