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Rumberger Kirk & Caldwell Pa average salary is $106,362, median salary is $106,362 with a salary range from $92,500 to $120,224.
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92,500
Average
106,362
Median
106,362
High
120,224
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Analyst 120,224-120,224 Miami, FL, 33101 2010 Rumberger Kirk & Caldwell Pa Analyst Salaries (1)
Rumberger Kirk & Caldwell Pa Miami, FL Salaries
Associate Attorney 92,500-92,500 Miami, FL, 33101 2010 Rumberger Kirk & Caldwell Pa Associate Attorney Salaries (1)
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  • Rumberger, Kirk & Caldwell, P.A
  • Industry: Legal
  • City: Orlando, FL
  • When the founding partners of Rumberger, Kirk & Caldwell encountered an unforeseeable roadblock at a Tampa courthouse in early 1983, they turned what could have been a major disappointment into what is now a memorable victory. ¡°After we arrived, we quickly realized we could not get our demonstrative evidence through the doors of the building¡¯s elevator,¡± recalls Thom Rumberger. The trial attorneys were representing General Motors, and their exhibit included an entire car (minus the engine and wheels). But that did not stop this team of determined lawyers. Lead counsel Rumberger convinced the U.S. Marshals Office to let them remove