Ms. Reischmann has assisted in handling a number of cases involving challenges to cities’ sign codes, including cases for the cities of Casselberry, Oviedo and Lake Mary. She has drafted several sign codes in conjunction with various experts in the field. Ms. Reischmann recently won a case waged by a billboard company against a city where the billboard company was prevented from rebuilding the billboard after a storm damaged the building. Ms. Reischmann is active in many Florida Bar committees, and community organizations.
Catherine D. Reischmann
Ms. Reischmann is Of Counsel with the law firm of Brown, Garganese, Weiss and D’Agresta in Orlando, which specializes in governmental law. Ms. Reischmann serves as City Attorney for the cities of Lake Mary and Casselberry, as Assistant General Counsel to the Osceola County School Board, and has served as General Counsel for Seminole Community College. Ms. Reischmann received her Honors B.A., cum laude, from Rollins College, and her law degree, with honors, from the University of Florida, where she was named Outstanding Member of the Moot Court Team. For fifteen years, Ms. Reischmann was a drafter and grader of Florida Bar Examinations. She also served as Senior Law Clerk to Judge Warren Cobb at the Fifth District Court of Appeal.