Michael R. Lorigas is an attorney at Kozyak Tropin & Throckmorton and focuses his practice on complex commercial litigation and class actions.

Michael has extensive experience prosecuting and defending claims involving fraud and Ponzi schemes, unfair and deceptive trade practices, corporate and partnership disputes, business torts, professional malpractice and noncompete matters. Michael regularly litigates before state and federal courts and has handled multiple arbitration proceedings.

Michael received a B.S. in Psychology with a minor in Legal Studies from the University of Central Florida. He then earned his Juris Doctor, magna cum laude, and a Masters of Law in International Arbitration from the University of Miami School of Law. While in law school, Michael was a member of both the International Moot Court Board and the Charles C. Papy Jr. Moot Court Board. He was also a three-time Dean’s Fellow, working in constitutional law and assisting foreign students with American legal writing.

Michael previously worked at Kozyak Tropin & Throckmorton during and after law school. Prior to re-joining the firm, Michael was an associate at a Broward law firm where he primarily represented individuals and companies in the healthcare industry in a wide variety of matters, including antitrust issues, upstream corporate liability, disputes over billing practices, and challenges to patient-referral arrangements.


Legal issues can be some of the most difficult and stressful challenges that people face in their lives. And the majority of people struggle through those challenges alone because they feel left behind by the system. Being in a position to lend my voice to family, friends, or whoever calls on me during those times gives me the greatest sense of pride and motivates me everyday to stand up for what is right.