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Cobb Cole’s Newest Attorney, Elizabeth Blackburn, to Lead the Firm’s Family Law Practice


DAYTONA BEACH - Cobb Cole's newest attorney is no stranger to the area or the legal community.

Elizabeth Blackburn, who joined the law firm on Monday, is a former assistant state attorney who for the past 17½ years has been an attorney with Revis & Blackburn P.A., which will continue now as John Revis P.A.

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Cobb Cole attorney, Michael J. Woods, recipient of Corporate Leadership Award from the Central Florida Chapter of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation


Cobb Cole Partner, Michael J. Woods, received the 2014 Corporate Leadership Award from the Central Florida Chapter of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.  Mr. Woods, a member of the local chapter's advisory board, participated in or coordinated teams for the 2014 Great Strides 5k walk in Daytona Beach, the 2014 Orlando CF Cycle for Life, which ran through Sanford and Volusia County, the 65 Roses Golf Classic at Heathrow Country Club and the Fresh from the Field fundraiser at Lake Meadow Naturals Farm in Ocoee.  Mr. Woods will attend the organization's Volunteer Leadership Conference in Reston, Virginia in March.

Cobb Cole Announces the Latest Exhibition of Local Art at Cobb Cole Center, Featuring the Work of Trish Thompson


Continuing in its long standing tradition of supporting local arts, Cobb Cole is pleased to announce that the work of Trish Thompson will be exhibited at the Cobb Cole Center beginning January 13, 2015. Thompson's exhibition is the latest installation in a series of rotating exhibitions featuring art works by local artists in the East Central Florida area.  The exhibit will include pieces from Process and Place, the artist's most recent exhibition at Arts on Douglas.

This exhibit represents an evolution in Cobb Cole's local artist sponsorship program, as this is the first time that Cobb Cole will host an exhibit in cooperation with Arts on Douglas.  Established in 1996 by artist and Atlantic Center for the Arts founder, Doris Leeper and, artist/benefactor, Ed Harris. Arts on Douglas was originally conceived as a commercial gallery to promote the work and careers of professional artists from the state of Florida.  The gallery has since formalized its affiliation with Atlantic Center for the Arts, a not for profit organization supporting the arts in multiple disciplines, thereby combining missions, resources and programs, in order to further facilitate community engagement with the creative arts.

Ms. Thompson has exhibited her work in solo and group shows at the Appleton Museum of Art, Ocala; Polk Museum of Art, Lakeland; Florida State University Museum of Art, Tallahassee; Daytona Beach Museum of Arts and Sciences; Mount Dora Center for the Arts; and Pensacola Museum of Art. Thompson's work is also included in public and corporate collections in Orlando, Atlanta, London, Japan, and the President's Palace in Bogota, Columbia.  She recently retired from her position as a professor in the Cultural Arts Department at Daytona State College, where she taught painting, design, and art appreciation courses.

The works will be on display in the firm's 7th floor conference area at Cobb Cole Center through mid-April.