Logan K. McEwen is an associate who practices in the areas of commercial litigation, intellectual property, and real estate. He assists businesses to navigate through regulatory compliance, consumer relations, business-to-business agreement, and litigation issues. He advises on a wide array of topics from transactional reassessment, contract drafting to business organization review.
Mr. McEwen received a B.A., with honors, in Legal Studies from the University of West Florida where he obtained the Department of Justice Studies Outstanding Legal Studies Student Award and a Mock Trial Competition team member. He received a J.D., magna cum laude, from Florida State University College of Law where he joined the Order of the Coif, an honor society for law school graduates, was a Mock Trial Competition team member, Secretary of the Black Law Students Association, and received a Book Award in Alternative Dispute Resolution course taught by Florida Supreme Court Justice Polston.
He is a member of the Florida Bar and Jacksonville Bar Association serving as a member of the Environmental & Real Estate section and Franchising and Intellectual Property section. He is active in the Jacksonville Area Legal Aid, serving as a pro bono participating attorney and participates in JALA Eviction Defense Self Help Clinics monthly. Mr. McEwen is also an Advisor to Board of The Innovative Community Engagement Foundation, Inc.
A native of Pensacola, Florida Mr. McEwen resides in Jacksonville with his wife, Darci, and two daughters. When not practicing law, he enjoys reading, playing music and woodworking.
CASES OF RECORD
- Alana Hartley, et al. v. Crystal White, Case No.: CA17-0060, St. Johns County, Florida.
- Alana Hartley, et al. v. Crystal White, Case No.: 5D17-2640, 5th District Court of Appeals, Florida.
- Robin C. Walker v. Eddie E. Prescott and Glinda W. Prescott, Case No.: CA14-1318, St. Johns County, Florida.