Adrian lynn, ESQ.


Adrian Lynn was born and raised in Indiana, but moved to Florida and graduated from Estero High School.  He attended the University of South Florida in Tampa for his undergraduate degrees in economics and political science and graduated valedictorian.  He then attended the University of Florida College of Law for his law degree.   During law school, Mr. Lynn clerked for an attorney in Fort Myers, focusing on bankruptcy and personal injury law.  After law school, Mr. Lynn worked for a large Florida law firm, concentrating on insurance defense and medical malpractice litigation.  He then attended the University of Leiden in Leiden, the Netherlands, for his Masters of Law (LL.M.) in International Taxation, writing his masters thesis on U.S. federal estate and gift taxes and their interaction with similar taxes in Europe.  Mr. Lynn thereafter went to work for Deloitte & Touche GmbH in Düsseldorf, Germany, organizing global mutual funds and ensuring compliance with German tax law.  Mr. Lynn is licensed to practice law in Florida and Indiana. Mr. Lynn is currently the videographer for the Southwest Florida Bankruptcy Professionals Association.

In his spare time, Mr. Lynn enjoys traveling the world with his beautiful wife, Veronica, and their new son, while camping and participating in water sports. 

Mr. Lynn's master's thesis is available here in PDF format for download. 

AndrÉ Gibson, Esq., of Counsel


Mr. Gibson graduated from Northland College in Ashland, Wisconsin, as most outstanding student in the Business & Economics department with majors in Finance and Organizational Management.  He then spent two years with Coopers & Lybrand (now PricewaterhouseCoopers) as an auditor, and two years as a Financial Analyst in private industry before attending law school.

At the University of Florida – College of Law, he focused on International & Comparative laws, business transactions, and taxation and also graduated with a Certificate in International and Comparative Laws.  Mr. Gibson the pursued his interest in taxation and international transactions at the University of Leiden in the Netherlands where he did his thesis in transfer pricing and received the Masters of Laws in International Taxation in 2002. 

After graduation Mr. Gibson pursued his career in international & domestic taxation for individuals and entities in Public accounting.  Mr. Gibson is now an independent counsel focusing on the following practice areas: all aspect of IRS adversarial cases, tax planning, IRS representation, audits, transfer pricing and §1031 Exchange exchanges.  Mr. Gibson is licensed to practice law in Florida and Wisconsin.


Mr. O'Brien concentrates his practice on criminal defense matters. He assists us on such matters and is a graduate of the University of Florida College of Law.