Evan Stroman is an attorney in Kozyak Tropin & Throckmorton’s litigation department.
Evan graduated with a B.S. in accounting from Miami University and received his Juris Doctor from the University of Miami School of Law.
Prior to law school, Evan earned his CPA while working for Crowe Horwath as an external auditor in the banking industry. As an auditor, he analyzed estimated future losses on his clients’ loan portfolios and performed due diligence for banks seeking to grow through horizontal mergers.
While in law school, Evan worked as both a trusts & estates and bankruptcy legal research assistant, and was involved in writing a trust & estates textbook. He also interned for the United States Trustee’s Office, and through the University of Miami Bankruptcy Pro Bono Assistance Clinic, represented clients throughout the entire Chapter 7 process.
Evan is an avid distance runner, soccer, and volleyball player, and is passionate about combining running with community outreach.
The will to win is not nearly as important as the will to prepare to win. That philosophy helped me excel during my first career as a Certified Public Accountant, and continues to do so in my second as an attorney. When a client calls they usually have a goal in mind, and I strive to create a comprehensive plan to make their goal a reality. The actual trial or motion or argument is just the end of a long process of getting ready, where the outcome was really determined. Running over 1,000 miles in each of the past three years exemplifies my dedication to preparation.
What's trending with Evan
Javier A. Lopez, Evan Stroman, and Dwayne A. Robinson of Kozyak Tropin and Throckmorton in Coral Gables are preparing for a civil trial. Lopez, Stroman, and Robinson represent the Market owners widow Daisy Holcombe, who’s seeking millions in damages for wrongful death and conspiracy to commit wrongful death.
Evan Stroman takes lead for Miami law firm Kozyak, Tropin & Throckmorton, which represents the plaintiffs, bases its "trafficking" argument on information from a deferred prosecution agreement with the U.S. Department of Justice, where Société Générale admitted that it violated the U.S. embargo against Cuba.
SEC 10Q Filing By Carnival Corporation For Potential Impact By Libertad Act Lawsuits.
The family of the former owners of a Cuban bank seized by Fidel Castro's government nearly six decades ago sued Societe Generale for approximately $792 million (£633 million), saying the French bank owes damages for circumventing U.S. sanctions against Cuba.
Javier A. Lopez and Evan Stroman of Kozyak Tropin and Throckmorton in Coral Gables have brought a federal lawsuit against a French investment bank, accused of profiting from a Cuban bank that Fidel Castro’s government expropriated from the plaintiffs in the 1960s.
Los propietarios por legado de un banco cubano nacionalizado demandaron para recuperar pérdidas causadas por Société Génerale SA, que en noviembre resolvió las acusaciones en EE.UU. de que el banco francés ayudó a Cuba a evadir las sanciones económicas estadounidenses.
Heirs of a bank that was seized by Fidel Castro's government in 1960 — and then used as Cuba’s national bank — claimed in Florida federal court Wednesday that Société Générale SA ignored U.S. embargoes, profiting by doing business with the bank, and should pay back $792 million in damages.
Kozyak Tropin & Throckmorton is a complex commercial litigation firm founded in 1982 that focuses its practice on bet-the-company commercial cases, class actions, healthcare and bankruptcy matters.