Wiener P.A., Wendy Russell

Wendy Russell Wiener is the Chair of the Regulatory department.

Wiener practices regulatory insurance law and regulatory deathcare industry law, representing entities and individuals who interact with the administrative agencies that regulate all aspects of insurance and the deathcare industry.

She represents clients in all types of licensing (for individuals and entities) and disciplinary matters, practice before the administrative tribunal, state and federal courts and interaction with regulators.

Wiener is a member of the Federation of Regulatory Counsel (FORC), a limited group of lawyers who focus their practices on regulatory insurance law. She is a frequent contributor to the organization’s quarterly journal.

Wiener is an active member of various professional and community organizations and is the former president of Temple Israel in Tallahassee. She is co-chair of the Tallahassee Jewish Food Festival and of the Southern Shakespeare Festival (Festival Day). She has served as past president of Raising a Healthy Child, Inc. and is involved with the ACT Board of the Young Actors Theatre.

Bar Membership



U.S. Court of Appeals, 11th Circuit
U.S. District Court, Middle District of Florida
U.S. District Court, Northern District of Florida


The Florida State University College of Law
Tallahassee, Florida, 1993
J.D., Juris Doctor

University of South Florida
Tampa, Florida, 1989
B.A., Mass Communications-Broadcasting


Federation of Regulatory Counsel

Raising a Healthy Child, Inc.
Past President

Southern Shakespeare Festival
Festival Day Co-Chair

Temple Israel
Past President

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