Paul Shotkoski, a former tax accountant prior to attending law school, has focused his practice on litigation and commercial projects that utilize the skills he developed from his experience as both an accountant and a lawyer.
Throughout his career in the law, Shotkoski has focused his practice on complex commercial litigation disputes for clients including international telecommunications companies, national and local insurance companies, providers of federal crop insurance coverage, international suppliers of manufacturing equipment, and associated maintenance and repair parts and equipment, residential real estate and commercial real estate general contractors, and a large variety of small to mid-sized companies engaged in business on both a local and national level.
Shotkoski’s insurance defense practice involves primarily the defense of insured drivers or entities in tort claims brought by third-party litigants and usually relates to automobile accidents and premises liability claims. Shotkoski also has extensive experience representing companies and shareholders in a variety of disputes involving the governance and control of the corresponding entities.
Shotkoski also served as corporate counsel for an international distributor of maintenance repair and operating parts and equipment for the manufacturing industry from 2001 through 2003. As a result of that experience, Shotkoski continues to represent clients with complex transactions involving creditors’ rights, security liens, Uniform Commercial Code issues, and matters of general business and corporate law.