David J. DePiano Named Partner at Shapiro, Blasi, Wasserman & Hermann





Boca Raton, FL – Shapiro, Blasi, Wasserman & Hermann announced that David J. DePiano has been named partner. DePiano has been with the firm for the past three years.


“We are pleased to promote David to partner and know his continued dedication to his clients, colleagues and the practice of law will benefit all of us,” said Michael Shapiro, managing partner of Shapiro, Blasi, Wasserman & Hermann.


DePiano is an experienced attorney in both litigation and real estate transactional work.  Prior to joining the firm, he handled high stakes products liability matters and contractual disputes for Fortune 50 companies at an international trial firm.


Since joining Shapiro, Blasi, Wasserman & Hermann, in addition to continuing his work in the products liability arena, he has been a leader in the firm’s healthcare practice group, where he has gained significant experience in ERISA and other healthcare related matters. His areas of practice also include business and commercial transactions and contracts, and transactional commercial and residential real estate, including real estate closings and title work.


DePiano earned his Juris Doctor at Nova Southeastern University’s Shepard Broad Law School, and he has served as an adjunct professor at Nova Southeastern University since 2010. He is admitted to The Florida Bar.


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About Shapiro, Blasi, Wasserman & Hermann


Shapiro, Blasi, Wasserman & Hermann, P.A. is a full-service litigation and transactional law firm and one of the largest independent law firms in South Florida. By focusing on several areas of expertise, the firm utilizes a wealth of knowledge to provide its nationwide client base with high-quality results. The firm’s attorneys have been recognized by Best Lawyers in America, and in the South Florida Legal Guide, Florida Trend Magazine’s Florida Legal Elite and Thompson Reuter’s Florida Super Lawyers magazine. For more information, please visit www.sbwh.law


Robert Friedman