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Rick Alvarez
Partner, Personal Injury/Business Litigation

triallawyers@olalaw.com

AREA OF PRACTICE /
Personal Injury
Business Litigation

EDUCATION /
University of Florida
University of Notre Dame

  Rick Alvarez is a board-certified trial lawyer and graduate of the University of Notre Dame Law School and the Fisher School of Accounting at the University of Florida. He began his practice in Miami during the middle 1990's under the guidance of two past presidents of The Florida Bar, Gerald Richman and Herman Russomanno. In 2000, Rick returned home to Tampa and continued his litigation practice with Steve Yerrid and then at his own firm, Alvarez Garcia. In 2015, Rick joined Older Lundy & Alvarez as a partner of the firm's civil litigation department.

Over his years as a trial lawyer, Rick has developed particular skill and interest in cases involving unique issues, such as those associated with wrongful deaths, defective products, premises liability, federal civil rights, complex commercial disputes, shareholders' derivative actions, unfair trade practices, computer spying, and the First Amendment. His practice is conducted before the state and federal courts throughout Florida.

Rick is a former alumnus and board member of the West Tampa Boys' Club. He now proudly serves on the board of Metropolitan Ministries and as a founding member of the Leto High School Bar Association.











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