Miami, Fla. – August 3, 2015 – David Kubiliun, Esq. joins Greenspoon Marder Law’s recently established Miami, FL office as a shareholder of the firm and Chairman of the newly established Criminal Law division.
Kubiliun brings knowledge and experience in both Criminal Defense and Civil Rights, often involving high-profile cases. His career history includes a multitude of successful outcomes involving matters including police brutality, civil injustice and ensuring clients their full rights to due process of the law. He has successfully litigated numerous criminal defense cases, delivering positive results for his clients.
He served as a member of President Barack Obama’s National Latino Leadership Council and as a past member of the Board of the Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers in Miami. Mr. Kubiliun has also served as the past Chair of a Florida Bar Grievance Committee and is a former member of the City of Miami Bond Oversight Committee. David is licensed to practice law in Florida, Washington D.C, the United States Southern and Northern Districts of Florida, and the United States Court of Appeals of the 11
Mr. Kubiliun received his Juris Doctorate from the University of Miami, a Master’s of Science from St. Thomas University and his Bachelor of Arts from the University of Florida.
David serves on several community and non-profit boards including the I Care I Cure Childhood Cancer Foundation and the Debbie’s Dream Foundation, as well as others.
Adriana Collado-Hudak graduated
cum laude from the University of Florida’s Levin College of Law. In recognition of her academic achievements and legal writing skills, Ms. Collado-Hudak was selected as a teaching assistant in Legal Research and Writing and Appellate Advocacy. Ms. Collado-Hudak also served as Assistant Editor-in-Chief of UF’s Journal of Technology Law & Policy.
Ms. Collado-Hudak began her legal career at the Miami-Dade County Public Defender’s office. There, she quickly advanced from trying misdemeanor, juvenile and traffic offenses to defending serious felonies punishable by life imprisonment. In 2009, Ms. Collado-Hudak entered private practice and broadened her experience to include litigation in state and federal courts.
Known for her exceptional client relationships, professionalism, advocacy and trial skills, Ms. Collado-Hudak has defended business executives, entrepreneurs, students, doctors, teachers, lawyers and other professionals in cases involving driving with suspended license, DUI, drug sale/possession/trafficking, theft and fraud, conspiracy, weapons offenses, white collar crime and more with consistently favorable results.
Ms. Collado-Hudak is the current author of the
Florida Criminal Cases Notebook Supplement, a publication used by state attorneys, judges and criminal defense attorneys as a reference on emerging case law. A sought-after legal consultant, Ms. Collado-Hudak has appeared on local and international media outlets discussing issues pertinent to the criminal justice system.