Bio

Dana Ballinger

The thoughtful approach that defines Dana's litigation practice goes beyond diligent preparation, an unwavering attention to detail and tenacity in pursuit of her clients' ultimate goals.  Dana places a premium on client service and value.  She is committed to personal and straightforward client communication, with a style that is empathetic and practical.

Dana has represented major corporate clients involved complex commercial litigation for more than 22 years.  For more than 15 years, she has served as a principal lawyer preparing senior executives of Fortune 500 companies in litigation and regulatory proceedings.  Dana advises clients on defense strategies in key areas of nationwide litigation and provides in-depth analysis of critical evidence in complex cases.

Since 2008, Dana has represented purchasers of oceanfront real estate in the Ginn sur Mer development on Grand Bahama Island bringing RICO fraud claims against real estate and financing entities.  Working against multiple defendants represented by four different law firms, Dana obtained Eleventh Circuit rulings rejecting their efforts to prevent her clients from seeking redress in courts within the United States.  Since the first fraud case was filed in 2008, Ballinger Law Office has become the go-to firm for claims filed on behalf of Ginn sur Mer purchasers.

Dana's expertise includes appellate litigation, discovery planning and management, complex litigation management, executive witness preparation, reputation and crisis management, and legal risk planning.

Education

J.D. Georgetown University Law Center (1990), Order of the Coif; MTS, Harvard Divinity School (1986); B.A., English and Philosophy/Religion, Rollins College (1984), cum laude.

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