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Michael F. McAuliffe

State Attorney

Palm Beach Post

HQ Phone:  (561) 820-4100

Email: m***@***.com

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Palm Beach Post

2751 South Dixie Highway

West Palm Beach, Florida,33405

United States

Company Description

The Palm Beach Post delivers a local audience that is educated, established and affluent. The Palm Beach Daily News covers the news of the day on the ultra affluent community of Palm Beach. ...more

Background Information

Employment History

State Attorney, Fifteenth Judicial Circuit

Office of the State Attorney, Fifteenth Judicial Circuit


Founding Partner

Rosenberg & McAuliffe, PL


Partner

Holland & Knight LLP


Supervisory Assistant United States Attorney

U.S. Attorney's Office


Affiliations

Oxbow Corporation

General Counsel and Corporate Secretary


Kenan Institute for Ethics at Duke University

Advisory Board


Chilmark Consulting Group LLC

Managing Member and Principal


University of West Bohemia

CEP Fellow and Visiting Professor of Law


Education

Business Honors Program


BBA , cum laude

McCombs School of Business


BBA , with honors

University of Texas at Austin


Doctor of Jurisprudence ( JD

Law School at the College of William & Mary


law degree

William & Mary Law School


Web References(81 Total References)


Daily Business Review

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Michael McAuliffe, left, and Martin Reeder, right.
Michael McAuliffe, a current judicial candidate and former top prosecutor for Palm Beach County, and commercial and media law litigator L. Martin Reeder Jr., whose clients include the cable giant CNN, have joined business litigation and trial law firm Atherton Law Group, prompting a firm name change.


AM&R - Attorney Michael McAuliffe

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Michael McAuliffe Tel: (561) 293-2530 Email: Michael@AthertonLG.com
Michael McAuliffe has a diverse record of national accomplishment as an attorney and community leader. From his role a federal civil rights prosecutor almost thirty years ago to his more recent service the state attorney for Palm Beach County, a corporate general counsel and now a return to private practice, Mr. McAuliffe's professional experiences reflect his wide and far ranging interests in serving communities and making a positive difference in the lives of those around him. In 2008, Mr. McAuliffe was elected by the voters in Palm Beach County to serve as the State Attorney in and for the Fifteenth Judicial Circuit (Palm Beach County). As state attorney, Mr. McAuliffe led and managed approximately 125 attorneys across five offices. He served as the chief law enforcement official in the jurisdiction and worked closely with the Public Defender, the Chief Judge, the Sheriff and other leaders in the criminal justice system. While state attorney, Mr. McAuliffe led efforts to adopt and implement ethics reforms in the county resulting in the definitive grand jury report recommending the establishment of an independent inspector general and an ethics commission. Mr. McAuliffe also worked with the Sheriff to address the issues of gang violence and pill mills in the community. From 2012 to 2016, Mr. McAuliffe served as the general counsel at one of the nation's largest privately held companies. As general counsel, Mr. McAuliffe supervised the legal, environmental, regulatory, compliance, health & safety, government relations and communications functions at the company. Mr. McAuliffe's duties required frequent travel throughout the U.S., Europe, Asia, and South America. After graduating from William & Mary Law School, Mr. McAuliffe joined the United States Department of Justice through its highly selective Honors Program in 1989. Upon joining the Justice Department, Mr. McAuliffe worked as a federal civil rights prosecutor in the criminal section of the civil rights division. At the start of his assignment in the criminal section, Mr. McAuliffe served for a period in 1989-90 as a special assistant U.S. attorney in Washington, DC, trying criminal cases in superior court's misdemeanor division and gaining invaluable trial experience. During his tenure at the criminal section, Mr. McAuliffe investigated and prosecuted criminal civil rights cases including hate crimes, law enforcement misconduct and involuntary servitude/human trafficking cases. Mr. McAuliffe handled numerous cases of national significance including the successful prosecution of the leader (grand dragon) of the Louisiana Ku Klux Klan and thirteen of his associates for hate crimes. From 1994-1999, Mr. McAuliffe was an assistant U.S. attorney in the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Southern District of Florida (SDFL). As a federal prosecutor, Mr. McAuliffe handled an array of federal statutory crimes including bank robberies, fraud schemes, public corruption and drug offenses. From 1997-99, Mr. McAuliffe was a supervisory assistant U.S. Attorney and the chief of the civil rights section of the U.S. Attorney's Office. As the civil rights chief, among other cases, Mr. McAuliffe supervised the prosecution in U.S. v. Cadena, et al, one of the most significant modern slavery/trafficking cases in the United States. From 1999-2002, Mr. McAuliffe was a litigation partner in the national law firm Holland & Knight LLP in its West Palm Beach office. Mr. McAuliffe managed internal investigations for corporate clients and handled numerous employment law litigation cases on behalf of clients in federal trial and appellate courts. From 2002-2008, Mr. McAuliffe was in private practice as a partner in the boutique law firm Rosenberg & McAuliffe, PL. Mr. McAuliffe handled numerous cases involved employment and labor law, commercial disputes and selected white-collar defense matters. Mr. McAuliffe's partner, Robin Rosenberg (his spouse) left the firm to become a circuit judge in Palm Beach County. Mr. McAuliffe has taught trial advocacy to lawyers through the National Institute for Trial Advocacy (NITA) and legal research and writing as an adjunct professorial lecturer in law at The George Washington University's National Law Center. Mr. McAuliffe was a CEP Fellow and Visiting Professor of Law at the University of West Bohemia in the Czech Republic in 1993-94. During his time in the Czech Republic, Mr. McAuliffe helped establish the reform law faculty as the Czech Republic was reemerging as a democratic country after decades under communist control. Mr. McAuliffe also provided counsel to the Office of the Czech President Václav Havel. Mr. McAuliffe attended the University of Texas at Austin and received a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA), graduating with honors from the Business Honors Program in 1985. Mr. McAuliffe attended law school at the College of William & Mary and received his juris doctor (JD) degree in 1989. While at William & Mary, Mr. McAuliffe, with two teammates, won the National Moot Court Championship, which was, and remains, the nation's premier law school advocacy competition. As for Mr. McAuliffe's personal endeavors, he is an accomplished alpine mountaineer having climbed and reached the summits Aconcagua (at 22,838 ft. the highest mountain in the Western Hemisphere), Denali (at 20,310 ft. the highest mountain in North America), Kilimanjaro (with his daughter and at 19,341 ft. the highest mountain in Africa) and most recently Island Peak in the Himalaya (20,314 ft.). Mr. McAuliffe is an avid runner having completed two marathons (Marine Corps and Palm Beach) and many shorter races. Mr. McAuliffe has received many awards and recognitions in his almost thirty year professional career. He lives in West Palm Beach, Florida, with his wife and family.


General Counsel

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Michael F. McAuliffe
General Counsel Michael McAuliffe became General Counsel of Oxbow Carbon LLC in 2012 and Secretary in 2013. Mr. McAuliffe received his law degree (JD) from the College of William & Mary Law School and his BBA, cum laude, from the Business Honor Program, McCombs School of Business, at the University of Texas at Austin. Mr. McAuliffe is responsible for managing the legal department as well as the environmental, health & safety, government relations, security and compliance departments. Prior to joining Oxbow, Mr. McAuliffe served as the elected state attorney for Palm Beach County from January 2009 until March 2012 where he was responsible for managing and leading over 125 prosecutors handling over 100,000 criminal matters per year ranging from misdemeanors to death penalty homicides. He also has been a litigation partner at a major multi-national law firm and spent ten years as a federal prosecutor in Washington, DC, and in the Southern District of Florida. In the community, Mr. McAuliffe currently serves on the Advisory Board for the Kenan Institute for Ethics at Duke University. He has served as the Chair of the Florida ADL Law Enforcement Award Committee. Mr. McAuliffe served as the 2007 Vice Chair of the Board for the Children's Home Society, South Coastal Division, and was the 2007-08 Co-Chair of the Palm Beach Fellowship of Christians and Jews. In 2007, Mr. McAuliffe was given a special recognition award from the Urban League of Palm Beach County for his service. In 2009, the Puerto Rican/Hispanic Chamber of Commerce gave its "Shining Star" award to Mr. McAuliffe. Mr. McAuliffe and his wife live in West Palm Beach with their three children.


General Counsel and Corporate Secretary

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Michael F. McAuliffe
General Counsel and Corporate Secretary Michael McAuliffe serves as the General Counsel and Corporate Secretary of Oxbow Carbon LLC. Mr. McAuliffe is responsible for managing the legal department as well as the environmental, health & safety, government relations, corporate communications, security and compliance departments. Prior to joining Oxbow, Mr. McAuliffe served as the elected state attorney for Palm Beach County from January 2009 until March 2012 where he was responsible for leading over 125 prosecutors in matters ranging from misdemeanors to death penalty homicides. He also has been a litigation partner at a major multi-national law firm and spent over ten years as a federal prosecutor in various positions including as an Honor Program trial attorney in the Criminal Section, Civil Rights Division, Department of Justice, in Washington, DC, and as a supervisory assistant U.S attorney in the Southern District of Florida. Mr. McAuliffe received his law degree (JD) from the College of William & Mary Law School and his BBA, cum laude, from the Business Honors Program, McCombs School of Business, The University of Texas at Austin. Mr. McAuliffe, with two teammates, won the National Moot Court Competition while at William & Mary Law School. For the 1993-94 academic year, Mr. McAuliffe was a CEP Fellow in the Czech Republic where he taught law students and advised the Office of the Czech President and Parliament on legal reform issues. In the community, Mr. McAuliffe has served as the Chair of the Florida ADL Law Enforcement Award Committee. Mr. McAuliffe served as the 2007 Vice Chair of the Board for the Children's Home Society, South Coastal Division, and was the 2007-08 Co-chair of the Palm Beach Fellowship of Christians and Jews. In 2007, Mr. McAuliffe was given a special recognition award from the Urban League of Palm Beach County for his service. In 2009, the Puerto Rican/Hispanic Chamber of Commerce gave its "Shining Star" award to Mr. McAuliffe. He also has served on the Palm Beach County Community Alliance and the Criminal Justice Commission. Mr. McAuliffe and his wife live in West Palm Beach with their three children.


Michael McAuliffe, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary

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Michael McAuliffe, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary
Michael McAuliffe, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary Michael F. McAuliffe General Counsel and Corporate Secretary Michael McAuliffe serves as the General Counsel and Corporate Secretary of Oxbow Carbon LLC. Mr. McAuliffe is responsible for managing the legal department as well as the environmental, health & safety, government relations, corporate communications, security and compliance departments. Prior to joining Oxbow, Mr. McAuliffe served as the elected state attorney for Palm Beach County from January 2009 until March 2012 where he was responsible for leading over 125 prosecutors in matters ranging from misdemeanors to death penalty homicides. He also has been a litigation partner at a major multi-national law firm and spent over ten years as a federal prosecutor in various positions including as an Honor Program trial attorney in the Criminal Section, Civil Rights Division, Department of Justice, in Washington, DC, and as a supervisory assistant U.S attorney in the Southern District of Florida. Mr. McAuliffe received his law degree (JD) from the College of William & Mary Law School and his BBA, cum laude, from the Business Honors Program, McCombs School of Business, The University of Texas at Austin. Mr. McAuliffe, with two teammates, won the National Moot Court Competition while at William & Mary Law School. For the 1993-94 academic year, Mr. McAuliffe was a CEP Fellow in the Czech Republic where he taught law students and advised the Office of the Czech President and Parliament on legal reform issues. In the community, Mr. McAuliffe has served as the Chair of the Florida ADL Law Enforcement Award Committee. Mr. McAuliffe served as the 2007 Vice Chair of the Board for the Children's Home Society, South Coastal Division, and was the 2007-08 Co-chair of the Palm Beach Fellowship of Christians and Jews. In 2007, Mr. McAuliffe was given a special recognition award from the Urban League of Palm Beach County for his service. In 2009, the Puerto Rican/Hispanic Chamber of Commerce gave its "Shining Star" award to Mr. McAuliffe. He also has served on the Palm Beach County Community Alliance and the Criminal Justice Commission. Mr. McAuliffe and his wife live in West Palm Beach with their three children.


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