Reginald Osenton is a Manager of Content and Products Initiatives for Lexis Practice Advisor, working primarily with the Florida module. Reggie has over 25 years of legal experience in a wide array of practice areas. He joined LexisNexis from Osenton Law Offices, P.A., a general civil law firm with offices in Brandon and Lakeland, Florida. Upon graduating law school Reggie served as a Senior Tax Consultant in the Washington, D.C., and Charleston, West Virginia, offices of Ernst & Young. He later established Osenton & Adkins, LLP, in Logan, West Virginia, where his practice focused on estate planning, real estate, bankruptcy, and commercial litigation, while providing general counsel services to numerous small businesses. Upon moving to Tampa in 2004, Reggie joined Wetherington, Hamilton, Harrison & Fair, P.A., continuing his focus on commercial law and civil litigation. He later served as the lead attorney of the business department at Pilka & Associates, P.A., before reestablishing his own office.
Reggie served as Town Attorney for the Town of Man, West Virginia, then as Mayor of the Town of Mitchell Height, West Virginia. A graduate of the Class of 2000 of Leadership West Virginia, he was elected its Senate President. Reggie is a past president of the Rotary Club of Logan, West Virginia and the Rotary Club of Brandon ’86, as well as a past Assistant District Governor for Rotary International District 6890 and a multiple Paul Harris Fellow.
Reggie earned his B.S. in Accounting from West Virginia University, then his J.D. from George Washington University. He is licensed to practice law in Florida, Virginia, the District of Columbia, and West Virginia.
In his spare time Reggie enjoys flying (a licensed pilot), travel, scuba diving, golfing badly and spectator sports. Perhaps an unusual trait for an attorney, Reggie is an avid follower of Nascar who attends several races annually.