Hometown: Rutherford, New Jersey
Education: Colgate University, B.A., cum laude, 1955; University of Michigan, J.D., 1961; Order of the Coif, Law Review
Practice Areas: Administrative Law; Corporate and Securities; Health Care; Public Finance; Telecommunications
Professional Associations: Orange County and District of Columbia Bar Associations; The Florida Bar
Community Associations: Assistant County Solicitor (1961-1963); General Counsel, Florida Turnpike Authority (1966-1967); United States House of Representatives (1969-1979), Member of Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee, Science and Technology Committee; Republican Candidate for Senator and governor of Florida; Republican Leadership, House of Representatives (1973-1976); Commissioner, Florida Lottery (1987 - 1988); past President and Executive Committee Member, Former Members of Congress; Leader of Congressional delegations to Cuba, China, England, Vietnam, Italy, Slovakia; past President and Executive Committee Member of Florida Council on Economic Education; Chairman of Advisory Committee for the National Center for Simulation; President and Executive Committee Member of the Center for Independence Technology and Education; Governor Appointment, Florida 20/20 Energy Commission (2000 - 2001); Newspaper columnist; Television and Radio commentator
Publications: "Brief History of the Electoral College," Vol. 13, No.1 - Spring 2001, Journal of the Florida Political Science Association; Author "Inside the House - Former Members Reveal How Congress Really Works"; Weekly newspaper columns for various papers in Florida
Broadcast Features: Political Commentator on public radio and television; State-wide weekly radio program "The Florida Round Table"
Political analyst for Orlando, Florida television channel, commentator on Florida Radio Network and write newspaper columns for Florida papers.
U.S. Military Service: U.S. Navy, 1955-1958, Commander, USNR.