Suzanne Amaducci relishes working with family businessesand deal-making heading Bilzin Sumberg hospitality team
lzin Sumberg Baena Price & Axelrod since 1998, Suzanne Amaducci leads the firm's hospitality group.
In this role she represents clients from family-owned businesses and corporations, coaches and trains younger associates and attracts new clients.
In the 13 years she's been part of the Bilzin Sumberg team, Ms. Amaducci said she has seen the law firm develop from a small operation in the late 1990s to a leading player with more than 100 associates.
"It was a small firm then," she said. "We had just over 30 attorneys. It was June of 1998 when I started, and the law firm was only five months old. I've been here ever since. I have no desire to leave. We've grown the firm. We've grown a level of sophistication for the last 13 years."
At a time when some law firms have closed their doors or downsized, Bilzin Sumberg moved to its new home at 1450 Brickell and continues to grow its practice.
When she's not working on deals and meeting with clients, Ms. Amaducci is involved in local professional and social organizations such as Commercial Real Estate Women's Miami chapter, the Coral Reef Yacht Club and the Orange Bowl Committee.
Ms. Amaducci discussed her law practice, career plans and community involvement with Miami Today reporter Yudislaidy Fernandez at Bilzin Sumberg's Brickell headquarters.
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