TAMPA — The Kelly Kronenberg law firm recently announced that
Stanley M. “Mike” Kurek III and Stacey-Ann Saint-Hubert have
joined the firm’s Tampa office.
Kurek will handle mortgage banking and lending services with
involvement mainly within the mortgage foreclosure litigation.
Saint-Hubert will focus on bankruptcy litigation and creditors’
rights, as reported by the
Tampa Bay Times.
According to the report, before joining the Tampa firm, Kurek
dealt with contested-litigation matters in areas such as foreclosures
and real-property defense. In addition to his experience in
foreclosures, he is experienced in business law, nonprofit law and
estate planning. In 2015, he founded his own law firm, Kurek Law
Firm, PLLC, in Valrico, Florida.
According to the Kelly Kronenberg website,
Kurek earned his Bachelor of Arts in management information systems
from the University of South Florida, where he graduated magna cum
laude. He then proceeded to obtain his Master of Arts in business
administration while simultaneously completing his Juris Doctor from
Stetson University College of Law under a dual-degree program.
Before embarking on his law career, Kurek worked for the U.S.
Department of Veterans Affairs as an information technology
specialist for five years.
Saint-Hubert has more than 15 years of experience as a business
professional in the financial-services industry. Prior to joining
Kelly Kronenberg, Saint-Hubert was at Dennis LeVine and Associates,
where she gained experience in collections, replevin, commercial
litigation, creditor’s rights and bankruptcy, according to the
She also worked for a statewide creditor’s law firm, where she
represented financial institutions in Chapter 11 bankruptcy
proceedings. Additionally, she has represented financial institutions
in foreclosures of real property, loan workouts, lender-liability
counterclaims, eminent-domain proceedings and homeowner-association
foreclosure proceedings throughout Florida.
According to her law-firm profile online, Saint-Hubert earned her
Bachelor of Arts with honors from Eckerd College and her master’s
in economics from the University of South Florida. She then proceeded
to obtain her Juris Doctor from Stetson University College of Law.
While pursuing her Juris Doctor, Saint-Hubert was awarded the 2009
Tampa Bay Bankruptcy Association Hon. Judge Alexander L. Paskay
During her time in law school, Saint-Hubert served as an intern
for two U.S. bankruptcy judges in the Middle District of Florida:
Catherine Peek McEwen and Michael G. Williamson, according to the
Kurek is admitted to practice law in Florida and the U.S. District
Court for the Middle District of Florida, while Saint-Hubert is
admitted to practice law in Florida and the U.S. district courts for
the Southern, Middle and Northern districts of Florida.
Founded in 1980, Kelly Kronenberg provides litigation and other
legal services to established corporations, insurance companies,
entrepreneurs and individuals in Florida and other regions of the
country, according to a news
release. With more than 115 attorneys, the firm provides 25
practice areas in its network of 10 offices in Florida and Illinois.