Jaremy J. Shelton, Esquire
Jaremy Shelton represents business owners in every aspect of owning and operating a business. He previously managed his own firm in St. Petersburg, Brick & Ivy Business Law, P.A., which has since been acquired by Hunter Business Law. His practice focused on assisting business owners with every facet of their business, including entity formation, corporate governance, contracts and leases, licensing, and employment issues.
Prior to opening his own firm, Jaremy spent several years representing businesses and individuals in litigation in state and federal courts. Additionally, he previously worked for both the state and federal judiciaries in Florida.
A native of Tampa Bay, Jaremy is invested in the community. He is a member of the St. Petersburg Chamber of Commerce and the St. Petersburg Bar Association and teaches courses at the local community college.His experience and dedication make Jaremy a valuable asset to Hunter Business Law, the Entrepreneur’s Law Firm, and to each of his clients.
- University of Florida, Fredric G. Levin College of Law, Juris Doctor, 2010
- Tulane University, Master of Arts, 2006
Tulane University, Bachelor of Arts, 2006
- Brick & Ivy Business Law, P.A., Owner/Attorney – 2015 to 2017
- Wetherington Hamilton, P.A., Associate Attorney – 2013 to 2015
- US District Court, Middle District of Florida, Law Clerk to US Magistrate Judge – 2012 to 2013
- State of Florida, 20th Judicial Circuit, Attorney/Case Manager – 2010 to 2012
- The Florida Bar
- Business Law Section – Florida Bar
- St. Petersburg Bar Association
- St. Petersburg Chamber of Commerce
- Tampa Bay Times Scholarship Award Luncheon, Guest Speaker, April 2017
- MLK Day Business Symposium, Guest Speaker, January 2017
- The Greenhouse – St. Pete’s Small Business Resource, Blog Post, September 2016
- Choosing Your Business Type, Blog Post, July 2016
- Residential Leases and Security Deposits, Blog Post, January 2015
- Legal Update on Community Association Law, Presenter, June 2014
- Common Construction Issues for Condominium and Homeowner’s Associations, Blog Post, February 2014