Gemma Torcivia practices in the areas of commercial litigation, civil litigation, land use and personal injury. She fights tirelessly for her clients and is relentless in her pursuit of justice for those she represents.
Gemma worked in economic development and community redevelopment for the City of Homestead and the Homestead Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) for almost ten years. During her time in government, Gemma was involved in the development of over $200 million of construction projects, and in a $65 million public private partnership for a transit oriented development. Gemma has negotiated multi-million dollar deals and helped small businesses access capital, grow and relocate. She has experience working with complex commercial agreements, and complicated capital stacks that include New Markets Tax Credits, Opportunity Zone funds, and state, county and federal funds.
Gemma is a Florida native who attended the University of Florida and went on to receive a Masters of Business Administration (MBA) and Juris Doctor (JD) from Florida International University in Miami, Florida.
She is a member of the Florida Bar Advertising Committee, and the Governmental and Public Policy Advocacy Committee; an alumni of the Florida Bar Leadership Academy; the chair of the Solo and Small Firm Committee of the Palm Beach County Bar Association; and a member of the Craig S. Barnard American Inn of Court. She also serves as the co-treasurer for the Palm Beach County Human Rights Council. Gemma serves as a frequent panelist and moderator for educational and CLE (continuing education) programs for Florida attorneys and law students.