329 Park Avenue North
PO Box 880
Winter Park, Florida
Direct Phone: 407.246.8672
Bradley M. Saxton is a shareholder in the firm of Winderweedle, Haines, Ward and Woodman. He is the head of the firm’s bankruptcy and creditor’s rights practice group. His practice has involved representation in all aspects of bankruptcy cases; he has represented creditors in all cases, Debtors in Chapter 11 and 7 cases, creditors committees, Chapter 11 Trustees, Chapter 7 Trustees, asset purchasers and preferential transfer defendants. His representation has covered numerous industry groups, including hotel and restaurant, real estate, citrus, golf, trucking and various manufacturing entities.
He is a past Chair of The Florida Bar’s Business Law Section Bankruptcy/UCC Committee and a past President of the Central Florida Bankruptcy Law Association. He currently serves as vice-chair of the Statewide Bankruptcy/Judicial Liaison Committee and serves on the Middle District Local Bankruptcy Rules Committee.
He is a graduate of the Florida State University (B.S. 1985) and the University of Florida College of Law (J.D. 1990). Mr. Saxton is a frequent lecturer on bankruptcy issues. For several years, he has taught a course session for Professor Jeffrey Davis’ Advanced Bankruptcy Course at the University of Florida College of Law. Mr. Saxton served as an adjunct Professor of Law at the Florida A & M University College of Law, teaching the Bankruptcy Clinic program. He has been recognized as one of Florida’s Legal Elite by Florida Trend magazine and as one of Orlando’s Best Lawyers by Orlando magazine. He has an “AV” rating by Martindale-Hubbell.
Prior to attending law school, Mr. Saxton worked for the Martin Marietta Orlando Aerospace Company (now Lockheed Martin). He began his legal career in 1990 in Orlando at the Maguire, Voorhis and Wells, P.A. firm, where he became a shareholder in 1997. After the firm merged with Holland & Knight, LLP in 1998, Mr. Saxton practiced with the Orlando office of Holland & Knight, LLP until 2001 when he joined the WHWW firm.