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Jeannie A. Hanrahan

100 Northeast 3rd Avenue
Suite 1100
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
(954) 847-4953
(954) 627-6640 - Fax

Jeannie is a member of the Professional Liability Department, where the focus of her practice is on condominium and homeowner association disputes, Florida and Federal Fair Housing Act, §1983 Civil Rights claims and claims brought under Florida statute §768.28. She also represents clients in breach of fiduciary actions, civil  theft, professional (non-medical) negligence claims, privacy and data security and complex business litigation cases.

Much of Jeannie's representation and defense of her clients is based on soundings and legal theories based on breach of fiduciary, violations of Florida Statutes, Ch. 718 and 720, negligence, Florida/Federal Fair Housing violations, tortious interference, as well as employment actions based on pregnancy discrimination, race, age and gender discrimination, sexual orientation discrimination (Miami-Dade), retaliatory employment termination, Florida Unfair Trade Practices Act and breach of contract.

Jeannie represents a wide variety of clients such as condominium and homeowner associations, corporate directors and officers, management organizations (not-for-profit)  and houses of worship. She also defends non-medical professionals such as lawyers, architects, engineers, contractors, subcontractors, debt collectors, insurance brokers/agents and title agents. Jeannie also works with other attorneys and clients in privacy and data breach matters. Here, she works with clients helping them to reduce cyber risk exposures, as well as guiding them through incident response, containment, and compliance measures after a data breach occurs.

In 2001, Jeannie graduated from Florida State University obtaining her B.S. degree and majoring in political science. She then went on to earn her juris doctor from the St. Thomas University School of Law in 2004, graduating with honors. After joining Marshall Dennehey, Jeannie was a participant in the firm’s Advanced Trial Advocacy Mock Trial Program.

After graduating law school in 2004, Jeannie joined a south Florida law firm primarily handling matters involving commercial real estate development, land use and zoning. Jeannie continued to handle a variety of real estate transactional matters in Miami, Fort Myers and Orlando, Florida, including the issuance of title insurance on various commercial and residential real estate and financial transactions, lender representation, condominium law and real estate litigation.

Jeannie is admitted to practice law in the state of Florida and United States District Court Southern District of Florida.


  • "Florida Supreme Court to Rule on Pregnant Employees," Daily Business Review, March 19, 2014

  • “Patiently Waiting for the Florida Supreme Court to Decide Whether Pregnant Women Are Protected Under the Florida Civil Rights Act,” Defense Digest, Vol. 20, No. 1, March 2014

  • Case Law Alerts, regular contributor, 2014-present

  • "At-Will Employees--How Can the Florida Employer Protect Itself From the Time and Expense of Unwarranted Litigation?" Defense Digest, September 2011


  • St Thomas University School of Law, Miami, Florida, 2004 J.D.

    Honors: Top 20%

  • Florida State University, 2001 B.S.

    Major: Political Science

Law Alerts July 6, 2015
Wells Fargo took title August 2012. The Bank requested an estoppel letter from the Association. Wells Fargo brought a Declaratory Action in county court seeking clarification that 718.116 limited the amount it owed to the condominium to the lesser..., Case Law Alerts, 3rd Quarter, July 2015 Case Law Alerts is prepared by Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin to provide information on recent legal developments of interest to our readers. This publication is not intended to provide legal...
Defense Digest Article March 1, 2014
By Jeannie Liebegott, Esq.* Key Points: Florida Supreme Court is considering whether pregnant women are protected in the workplace. Florida Civil Rights Act is silent as to whether pregnancy is protected in Florida.  ...
Law Alerts January 2, 2014
There is a conflict within the Florida circuits on the issue of whether the Florida Civil Rights Act (§§ 760.01-010, Florida Statutes) protects against workplace discrimination based on pregnancy. In Delva, the 3rd DCA held that the FCRA...
Articles September 1, 2011
Key Points: The Florida Whistleblower Act borrows the same analysis for a prima facie case of unlawful retaliation under Title VII. A well documented personnel file will be useful in demonstrating the employer's legitimate non-...
January 5, 2015
Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin announced today that 10 attorneys, half of them women, were elected shareholders of the firm at the annual shareholders' meeting held December 9 in Philadelphia. The new shareholders, categorized by office, are as follows. Philadelphia, PA:  Gregory W....


  • Florida State University (B.S.,2001)
  • St. Thomas University School of Law (J.D., 2004)

Bar Admissions

  • Florida, 2004
  • U.S. District Court Southern District of Florida, 2010

Associations & Memberships

  • Broward County Bar Association
  • Florida Bar Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Section
  • The Humane Society of Broward County; Member, PetSet Young Professionals Board of Directors
  • Member of the Mayersohn-Hyman Foundation

Year Joined Organization: 2009

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