One of those great lawyers is Victor Veschio.
Victor H. Veschio, a Tampa native, is the newest member of our team. He practiced law in Tampa for 16 years before joining Gibbons | Neuman in 2014. Victor earned his B.A. in Criminal Justice in 1994 from the University of South Florida and his J.D. in 1998 from Western Michigan University (WMU) Thomas M. Cooley Law School, with honors.
Victor is admitted to practice before the Florida Supreme Court, District of Columbia Court of Appeals, and the United States District and Bankruptcy Courts for the Northern, Middle and Southern Districts of Florida where he has garnered his expertise in representing national banks, credit unions and private investors in creditors’ rights litigation throughout the state of Florida. Representation includes real estate foreclosure, quiet title, replevin, collection, garnishment, FCCPA defense actions and appellate representation in state court and stay lift litigation, lien stripping, objection and stay violation defense proceedings in federal bankruptcy court and FDCPA defense in federal court. He is also a member of the Hillsborough County and Tampa Bay Bankruptcy Bar Associations and the American Bankruptcy Institute.
Victor authored Winning The Abusive Bankruptcy Serial Filing Game in February, 2010 for the Hillsborough County Bar Association’s Lawyer magazine and has been a guest panel speaker before the Tampa Bay Bankruptcy Bar Association on the topic of evidentiary foundations and best trial practices in secured lien stripping and valuations in Bankruptcy Court. He has been a guest lecturer at the (WMU) Thomas M. Cooley Law School on creditors’ rights topics in bankruptcy litigation and he will join the teaching ranks as an adjunct faculty member at (WMU) Thomas M. Cooley Law School’s Tampa Bay campus in January, 2016 where he will teach Federal Court Practice.
Victor’s extensive community involvement includes current member of the DACCO Board of Trustees and MehraVista Health Advisory Board and he previously served as President of the Centre for Woman Board of Directors. Victor was one of Hillsborough County’s first appointed Guardians Ad Litem representing the best interest of abused and neglected children and was honored with the HAVEaHeart pro bono award for his commitment and dedication to the Hillsborough Association of Women Lawyer’s Domestic Violence Courthouse Project.