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         WILLIAM WOODYARD




Department of Risk Management/Insurance,
      Real Estate and Business Law
College of Business, Florida State University
      Tallahassee, Florida 32306‐1110
             Phone 850.644.8955
              Fax 850.644.4077



                    2010
                 WILLIAM WOODYARD
EXPERIENCE
     1998-Present Florida State University                                Tallahassee, FL
     Associate in Business Law and Real Estate
           Chairman of Faculty, College of Business (2009-Present)
           Chairman of Strategic Planning Committee, College of Business (2009-Present)
           Recipient of FSU Undergraduate Teaching Award (2007-2008)
           Recipient of the Ross Oglesby Award for integrity and service to FSU and
           students (2006). See, http://www.fsu.edu/news/2006/11/08/homecoming.awards/
           Teach approximately 1000 undergraduate and graduate MBA students per
           year
           Teach Business Law, Real Estate Principles, and Law for Accountancy
           Second recipient of COB Service Award to COB and its students (2005)
           Member of the FSU Campus Recreation Board of Directors (2001-present)
           Member of University Professional Development Committee (2005-present)
           Member of the FSU Expression and Posting Committee (2006-2008)
           COB liaison to the COB Student Advisory Committee (2001-present)
           Advisor to COB Business Student Allocation Committee (2001-present)
           Advisor to Garnet & Gold Key Leadership Honorary (formerly, Odds and
           Evens, oldest honorary on campus) (2001-present)
           Advisor to Alpha Kappa Psi business fraternity (2001-present)
           Advisor to FSU Real Estate Society (2001-2005)
           Member of Steering Committee for FSU Real Estate Trends & Networking
           Conference (2001-present)
           Board of Directors for FSU Real Estate Network, Inc. (2001-present)
           Host of Meet the FSU Women Faculty (2005)
           Member of FSU Parent’s Weekend Committee (2006-present)
           Member of FSU Homecoming Committee (2004-present)
           Favorite Professor, FSU Times (October 2001)
           Nominee for FSU Undergraduate Teaching Award (2003-2006)
           Instructor for FSU International Programs (London; Spain, and Italy)
           Member of Omicron Delta Kappa Leadership Honorary (ODK) (2005-present)
           Member of the selection committee for FSU WebStars
           Member of scholarship committee for FSU Center for Civic Education (2004-
           2005)
           Member of University Postings Policy Committee (2006-present)
           Ph.D. Graduation and Convocation Marshal (2004-present)
           Advisor to Burning Spear (2006-present)
           Advisor to Insight Party (2002-present)
           Member University Mediation Committee (2006-2007)
           Member College of Business Heart Walk Committee (2006)
           Honorary FSU Coach (2008-present)
2000‐Present State of Florida
Trial Attorney and Counsel on real estate and legal issues for:

     Florida State University – Responsible for past and current defense of the
     University in multiple tort and civil rights actions against the University
     involving business transactions and real estate issues and serve as lead trial
     attorney.

     Florida A&M University – Responsible for past and current defense of the
     University in multiple tort and civil rights actions against the University
     involving business transactions and real estate issues and serve as lead trial
     attorney.

     Florida Department of Revenue – Responsible for current defense of the
     Department in an ADEA action against the Department and serve as trial
     attorney.

     Florida Department of Corrections – Responsible for defense of Department and
     individuals in numerous tort actions against the Department and serve as trial
     counsel.

     Florida Department of Financial Services – Responsible for current defense of
     the Department in a civil rights action against the Department and serve as trial
     attorney.

     Florida Department of Environmental Protection – Responsible for current and
     past defense of the Department in tort and civil rights claims and serve as trial
     attorney.

     Agency for Workforce Innovation – Responsible for current and past defense of
     the Department in tort and civil rights claims and serve as trial attorney.

     Florida Department of Children and Families – Responsible for current and past
     defense of the Department in tort and civil rights claims and serve as trial
     attorney.

     Florida Department of Agriculture – Responsible for current and past
     defense of the Department in tort and civil rights claims and serve as trial
     attorney.

     Agency for Health Care Administration – Responsible for past defense of the
     Department in tort and civil rights claims and serve as trial attorney.
     Florida Department of Juvenile Justice – Responsible for past defense of the
     Department in civil rights claims and serve as trial attorney.

     Florida Parole Commission – Responsible for current and past defense of the
     Department in tort and civil rights claims and serve as trial attorney.

     Florida Department of Transportation – Responsible for current and past
     defense of the Department in real estate and negligence claims and serve as trial
     attorney.

     Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles – Responsible for
     current and past defense of the Department in real estate and negligence claims
     and serve as trial attorney.



1990‐Present Other Professional Activities and Continuing Education

     Continuing Legal Education, Florida Bar Association (180 hours of continuing
        legal education including real estate, business transactions, law updates, and
        ethics)
     Judge, Teen Court and College of Law Moot Court competitions
     Judge, Florida High School Mock Trial Competition
     Judge, FSU Law School Negotiation Competition
     Judge, Teen Court



1976‐Present Legal Licenses

     The Supreme Court of Florida, and all inferior Florida courts (1990-present)
     The Supreme Court of West Virginia, and all inferior courts (1976-present)
     The United States District Court of Southern West Virginia (1976-present)
     The United States District Court for the Northern District of FL (1990-present)
     The United States District Court for the Middle District of FL (1990-present)



1976‐Present Current Professional Memberships

     American Bar Association (1976-present)
     Florida Bar Association (1990-present)
     West Virginia Bar Association (1976-present)
     American Business Law Association (2001-present).
2002-Present FSU International Programs
Teaching Real Estate and Business Law

     Business Law and Real Estate; London, England (Spring 2003-2008)
     Business Law and Real Estate; Valencia, Spain (Summers 2004-2006)
     Business Law and Real Estate; Florence, Italy (Summer 2007-2009)


1990-2000 Florida Department of Business Regulation                Tallahassee, FL
General Counsel

      •   Responsible for supervision of 100 attorneys and the government
          regulation of Florida businesses, professions and boards, including but
          not limited to:
                   Medical Board
                   Dental Board
                   Nursing Board
                   Alcoholic Beverage Industry
                   Tobacco Industry
                   Hotel/Motel Industry
                   Restaurant Industry
                   Land Sales Industry
                   Condominium Industry
                   Mobile Home Industry
                   Pari-Mutuel Industry
                   Cardrooms
                   Board of Architecture and Interior Design
                   Barbers Board
                   Board of Accountancy
                   Construction Industry Licensing Board
                   Board of Cosmetology
                   Electrical Contractors Licensing Board
                   Board of Funeral Directors and Embalmers
                   Board of Talent Agents
                   Board of Landscape Architecture
                   Board of Auctioneers
                   Board of Veterinary Medicine
                   Board of Professional Geologists
                   Real Estate Commission
                   Board of Pilot Commissioners
                   Board of Surveyors and Mappers

                    Asbestos Industry
                    Real Estate Appraisal Board
      Board of Employee Leasing Companies
       Building Code Administrators and Inspectors
       Community Association Managers
       Yacht and Ship Industry
       Athlete Agents

Chief Litigation Attorney – Litigation of civil federal and state proceedings
including but not limited to administrative enforcement proceedings,
personnel matters, contract disputes, bid protests, unemployment
compensation hearings and appeals, Title VII and Section 1981 and 1983
actions in state and federal court, proceedings before the Public Employees
Relations Commission, the Florida Civil Rights Commission, the Equal
Employment Opportunity Commission and the Division of Administrative
Hearings.

Chief Hearing Officer – Presiding officer over departmental informal and
formal hearings.

Chief Hearing Officer for the Florida Real Estate Commission – Presiding
officer over Florida Real Estate cases before the Florida Real Estate
Commission.

Chief Attorney for Division of Administration, Contracts and Personnel –
Counsel to Senior Management and representation of the Department in
administrative actions and court proceedings relating to contract
procurement, personnel, budgetary, finance, and accounting matters.

Chief Attorney for Division of Hotels and Restaurants – Counsel to the
Director of the Division on all matters relating to the regulation of the
Hotel, Restaurant, and Apartment Industries as well as all administrative
proceedings before the Division of Administrative Hearings and state and
federal courts.

Senior Attorney for Division of Land Sales, Condominiums and Mobile
Homes – Counsel to Director of the Division on legal matters. Issued
Declaratory Statements and represented the Division in all administrative,
court and legal proceedings.
     1985‐1990     Indian River Community College                            Ft. Pierce, FL
    Instructor
        Responsible for teaching Business Law and Management. Recipient of IRCC
        Service Award (1989)


    1989‐1990    Florida Institute of Technology                                Stuart, FL
    Adjunct Professor
        Responsible to teaching Project Management to MBA students.


    1976          Marshall University                                  Huntington, WV
    Adjunct Professor
         Responsible to teaching Business Law to undergraduate students.


     1975‐Present Other Legal Experience                                          WV and FL
        Served as an Assistant Prosecuting Attorney, Assistant County Attorney, Special
        Assistant Attorney General and counsel to the Committees on the Judiciary and
        Health and Welfare and trial counsel to State of Florida governmental agencies and
        universities.


EDUCATION
       West Virginia University
       Morgantown, WV
       J.D. Jurisprudence
       (1973‐1976)

       Marshall University
       Huntington, WV
       B.A., Political Science and History
       (1966‐1973)

       U.S. Army Administration School
       Ft. Polk, LA
       Outstanding Combat Support Award
       Army Commendation Medal
       (1970‐1971)
PUBLICATIONS

         Public Outcry: Kelo v. City of New London – A Proposed Solution, Glenn Boggs and
         William Woodyard. Submitted to Southern Law Journal, 2007. (Under review)


         Kelo v. City of New London—Perception Is Reality, Barry Diskin and William
         Woodyard, 2007. (Manuscript in progress)

         Government Regulation of E‐Commerce, William Woodyard and G. D’Alemberte.
         Portland International Conference on Management and Engineering &
         Technology, IEEE Catalogue No. 01CH37199, 2001.


         Regulatory Reform —A Florida Perspective, William Woodyard. Florida Department of
         Business and Professional Regulation, 2000.


         Florida’s Quiet Technological Revolution, William Woodyard. Florida Department of
         Business and Professional Regulation, 2000.


         Casinos In Florida? –A Look at Indian Gaming, William Woodyard. Florida
         Department of Business and Professional Regulation, 2000.




COMMUNITY SERVICE AND INTERESTS

    Teen Court and College of Law Moot Court competitions
    All manner of business law; real estate law; administrative law and trial practice
    Leadership and ethics
    Judge, Florida High School Mock Trial Competition
    Judge, FSU Law School Negotiation Competition
    Judge, Teen Court
    Youth Group Leader

				
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