Max L. Horowitz Associate
Max L. Horowitz, Esq. is a trial attorney experienced in labor and employment law claims. Born and raised in South Florida, he has accumulated a wealth of knowledge and experience in the areas related to unpaid wages and hours, misclassifications and exemptions, discrimination and harassment in the workplace, unlawful retaliation, breach of contract, non-compete agreements, restrictive covenants , workers’ compensation and business torts. He also has experience in the areas of personal injury, sports and entertainment law, and general business and contract claims. Prior to joining Boyd Richards Parker & Colonnelli, P.L., Mr. Horowitz was an attorney and former shareholder at multiple law firms dedicated to labor and employment law litigation, where he honed his craft and gained his passion for employment law, which he continues to practice today. Mr. Horowitz has successfully won jury verdicts and resolved hundreds of cases through settlement negotiations, mediations, settlement conferences, motion practice, arbitration, and other forms of alternative dispute resolution. Now based in Boyd Richards Parker & Colonnelli, P.L.’s Miami office, Mr. Horowitz’s practice focuses on labor and employment litigation.
AWARDS AND ACHIEVEMENTS:
Certificate of Completion, Sports and Entertainment Law Curriculum Program, Syracuse University College of Law, 2014
Semifinalist, Alternative Dispute Resolution Competition, Syracuse University College of Law, 2012
Quarterfinalist, Thurgood Mock Trial Competition Marshall, Northeast Black Law Student Association, 2014
Dean’s List, five consecutive semesters, Florida State University, 2010
Mr. Horowitz earned his Juris Doctor in 2014 from Syracuse University School of Law in Syracuse, New York. While at Syracuse Law, he was one of only two people in his entire graduating class to earn his Certificate in Sports and Entertainment Law, and was also president of the Sports and Entertainment Law Society. He was a member of Thurgood Marshall’s mock trial team and participated in other school-sponsored mock trial and alternative dispute resolution competitions. He was also published in the New York State Bar Association’s Entertainment, Arts, and Sports Law Journal for his article on the legal and employment implications of fighting in professional hockey.
Mr. Horowitz graduated cum laude in 2010 from Florida State University in Tallahassee, Florida, where he earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Creative Writing and also a minor in Religion. He was on the Dean’s List for five consecutive semesters. He was a member of the Roller Hockey Club at FSU all four years and became part of the team’s executive membership his final two years at FSU. He also participated in many Jewish student life activities and led High Holiday services at Hillel at FSU for several years.
Syracuse University College of Law, Juris Doctor, Class of 2014
Florida State University, Bachelor of Arts, Class of 2010
LICENSES AND ADMISSIONS:
Florida Bar, 2015
District of Columbia Bar, 2018
United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit, 2020
United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida, 2017
United States District Court United States for the Central District of Florida, 2018
United States District Court for the Northern District of Florida, 2021