Nancy Pico Campiglia has been defending licensees before the respective Florida regulatory agencies for more than 10 years. Prior to entering private practice, she served as General Counsel of Florida’s Department of Business and Professional Regulation (the “DBPR”), which licenses and regulates nearly a million Florida businesses and professionals. There, she managed the legal affairs of the agency, providing representation for approximately 28 regulated businesses and professions, including real estate licensees, appraisers, veterinarians, accountants (“CPA”), contractors (“CILB”), cosmetologists, community association managers (“CAM”), alcoholic beverage and tobacco establishments (“AB&T”), and hotels and restaurants. She is a former chief prosecutor for the Florida Real Estate Commission (“FREC”) and the Florida Real Estate Appraisal Board (“FREAB”), and a frequent lecturer on real estate licensing related matters.
In addition to licensure defense, Nancy’s practice focuses on real property development, representation of Realtors before the Realtor Association Professional Standard’s Boards, condominium, timeshare, and homeowner documentation, title closings, business law, and entrepreneur visas, such as E-2 and EB5, and related appeals.
Bar Admissions: The Florida Bar
District Courts: Northern, Middle, & Southern
Education: JD, St. Thomas School of Law | LLM, Real Property Development, University of Miami School of Law | Bachelor of Arts, Florida State University
Honors: Editor-in-Chief, Law Review
Publications: Florida Real Estate License Law: Who is Protecting the Public
Social Media: LinkedIn
While with Florida’s Department of Business and Professional Regulation, she acted as legal counsel to the Governor’s Task Force on Homeowner Associations. In addition to serving as Acting Director of the Division of Real Estate, she headed its prosecution team.
Notable client work includes the creation of residential and commercial condominiums, property owners associations, commercial and residential development, complex timeshare matters and general real estate transactions.
Prior to attending law school, Nancy was a real estate broker and owner of a real estate brokerage in Miami. Florida Jurisprudence has designated her publication, Florida Real Estate License Law: Who is Protecting the Public, as a practice aid for several consecutive years.
Nancy prides herself in giving back to the community. She documented a condominium complex for Habitat for Humanity, is a past president of the Christian Service Center, former director of the Central Florida Real Estate Council and of the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals. She is a frequent lecturer at Realtor Associations and related organizations.
Nancy holds a Masters in Law in Real Property Development from the University of Miami School of Law (LLM 1999). She received the degree of Juris Doctor from St. Thomas University School of Law (J.D., 1998), where she was Editor-in-Chief of the Law Review, a member of the International Moot Court, and a dedicated volunteer of the Human Rights Institute, where she assisted in the development, research, and filing of asylum cases. Nancy received a Bachelor of Arts degree from the Florida State University (1976). She is admitted to practice before The Florida Bar, Northern, Middle, and Southern Districts of Florida.
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Under certain circumstances the DBPR may reclassify a violation as inactive, it will no longer be considered to be part of the licensee’s disciplinary record, and the licensee may lawfully deny or fail to acknowledge the incident as a disciplinary action.
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