Smith Hulsey & Busey has elected Joseph W. Rogan as a shareholder in the firm effective January 1, 2020.
Rogan’s practice focuses on the resolution of complex business disputes. His experience includes representing clients in banking, finance and fiduciary relationships and in the property management, development, logistics and construction industries.
Before practicing law, Rogan clerked for a federal judge in Maryland. He also served eight years in the Military Police Corps of the U.S. Army Reserve. As a leader of a Police Transition Team in Iraq, he was an advisor to the Iraqi police, teaching operations as well as internal, intelligence and criminal investigations. Rogan earned his law degree from the Georgetown University Law Center and two bachelor’s degrees from the University of Central Florida.
Chief Judge Mark H. Mahon of Florida’s Fourth Judicial Circuit recently reappointed Rogan to the Jacksonville Ethics Commission for a second three-year term. Rogan’s reappointment came shortly after the Ethics Commission reelected him to a second term as its Chair. Rogan led the Ethics Commission through the 2019 elections and the exploration of the privatization of the Jacksonville Electric Authority.
“We are proud to have Joe join our firm as a shareholder,” said Steve Busey, chairman of the firm. “His talent and experience further enhances the future of our firm.”Follow us on for more content updates