Rebecca Miller Beane practices in the areas of general liability and civil litigation with an emphasis in products liability, construction law, premises liability and commercial litigation.
The scope and breadth of Rebecca’s practice informs her acumen and capabilities to serve clients. Drawing from a deep well of experience, her versatility is the strength that lends to success representing a large roster of clients that includes billion-dollar companies, such as global insurers, a media conglomerate, a designer and manufacturer of electrical transporters, wealth management companies and more. She has also represented design professionals, general contractors and a host of subcontractors in the industries of roofing, waterproofing, stucco, landscape and irrigation, among others.
Rebecca practices in both state and federal courts and she has handled several matters at the appellate level.
Rebecca adheres to the timeless values of responsiveness, open communication and progressive solutions. She endeavors always to provide integrated solutions that protect clients’ legal interests, taking into account a constellation of factors affecting business operations and risk exposure.
In her first three years of practice, she served as the associate to the school board attorney for four county school boards. Before joining Swift Currie Rebecca practiced in the construction group of the largest civil defense law firm in Florida.
- State Bar of Georgia
- The Florida Bar
Southwest Florida Federal Court Bar Association, Board Member 2015-2018, and former Vice President
Young Lawyers Division of Charlotte County Bar Association, Board Member, 2013 to 2015
Leadership Charlotte, Class of 2014, Charlotte County Chamber of Commerce, FL.
United Way of Charlotte County, Charlotte County FL, Community Impact Panelist, 2015
Frequently, Rebecca defends six-figure claims and during her first year of practice she successfully argued before the Florida Second District Court of Appeal.
Publications and Presentations
- “The Client Relationship – Beyond the Case,” The Network of Trial Law Firm, April 2019
- U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia
- U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida
Ave Maria School of Law (J.D., 2012)
Georgia State University (B.A., 2008)