Contact John F. Flanigan
3001 PGA Boulevard, Suite 305
Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410
- Duke University School of Law, J.D.
- University of Notre Dame, B.A.
- AV rated by Martindale-Hubbell (highest rating)
- Member, National Association of Bond Lawyers
- Board Member, Audubon Florida, 2003-present; Chairman, 2004-2008
- Board Member, Economic Council of Palm Beach County, 1993-present; Chairman, 2009
- Board Member, United Way of Palm Beach County, 1973-present; Board Chairman, 1996-1998, 1979-1980; President, 1978-1979
- Board Member, Business Development Board of Palm Beach County, 2010-2017
- Board Member, Allegany Franciscan Ministries, 2004-2015; Chairman, 2011-2012
- Member, Palm Beach County Water Resources Advisory Board, 2009-present
- Member, Palm Beach County Groundwater and Natural Resources Protection Board, 1990-2009; Chairman, 1990-1998
- Board Member, Junior Achievement of the Palm Beaches, 1983-2003; President, 1983-1985; Chairman, 2000-2001
- Gubernatorial Appointment, Treasure Coast Regional Planning Council, 1987 and 1990-2000; Chairman, 1999; Vice Chairman, 1998; Secretary, 1997
- Member, Governor’s Commission for a Sustainable South Florida (gubernatorial appointment), 1995-1999; Buffers and Boundaries Committee Chairman, 1997-1999
John Flanigan is a shareholder at Nason Yeager. Mr. Flanigan brings his experience to clients who need assistance in the areas of banking and finance (including public finance) and commercial real estate law. He represents national, state and community financial institutions, developers, purchasers and individuals on the local and national level, often negotiating complex financing for a variety of commercial endeavors.
Along with his passion for the law, his name is synonymous with community service in Palm Beach County. He has served on the board or as chairman for many of the county’s most recognizable governmental, Bar, charitable and civic organizations.
When not practicing law or helping the community, Mr. Flanigan is an avocational archaeologist and has surveyed numerous Anasazi sites. He is particularly interested in the Southwestern United States and spent portions of six summers in Chaco Canyon, New Mexico and in the Sedona, Arizona area.