Robin Frydman Schall
Robin Frydman Schall is a founding, managing member of the Firm. Robin has over 20 years of experience and her practice focuses on commercial litigation with a concentration in: community association law; creditors rights; landlord tenant; fraud; bankruptcy; construction law; and contract, partnership and real estate disputes. Robin is also well versed in both state and federal court appeals and has successfully appeared before: the Florida Supreme Court; the Third and Fourth District Courts of Appeal; as well as the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeal; and United States District Court.
Robin began her career acting as the Senior Law Clerk to the Honorable Thomas E. Baynes, Jr., in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Middle District of Florida in Tampa, Florida. Since then, she has worked for the prestigious law firms of: Greenberg Traurig, PA; Genovese, Lichtman, Joblove & Battista; and Berger Singerman, PA. Robin started her own law firm in 2004.
Robin gained a majority of her experience in community association law by acting as President of her Homeowner’s Association for over two years. She was also an elected supervisor on the Mapleridge Community Development District.
Robin is a member of: the Florida Bar; the State Bar of Georgia; the United States District Courts for the Southern and Middle Districts of Florida and the Northern District of Georgia; the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals; the Bankruptcy Bar; the Broward County Bar Association; and the Miami-Dade County Put Something Back Program.
Robin received her Juris Doctor degree from the University of Florida College of Law, where she was a member of the National Honor Societies of Phi Beta Kappa and Phi Kappa Phi. She acted as Articles Editor and Senior Works Editor of the Florida International Law Journal. She also received her Bachelor of Arts degree at the University of Florida and studied in Oxford, England at the Oxford Institute on International and Comparative Law.
Rachel E. Frydman
A Founding, Managing Member of the Firm. Upon admittance to the Florida Bar in 1998, Rachel devoted her practice to assisting Community Associations. Her focus includes, but is not limited to, the collection of delinquent assessments, covenant enforcement actions such as Injunctions and Petitions for Arbitration, assisting in the litigation involved in Recalling of Board Members, preparing responses to DBPR complaints, amending Association governing documents, and providing legal opinions on various issues.
Rachel began her career with Katzman & Korr, P.A., now known as Katzman Garfinkel, LLC. She gained her knowledge of Community Association Law working as an Associate and then as a Partner, until 2008, at which time she decided to create The Frydman Law Group, PLLC.
Rachel received her Bachelors degree from Indiana University then received her Juris Doctorate from Nova Southeastern University Law School where she was active in the Jewish Law Student Association. Rachel has since been a member of the American Bar Association and is a member of the Real Property Probate and Trust Law Section of the Florida Bar.