Dore graduated from the University of Miami School of Law in 2001, cum laude, and began his career in the Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office. After fewer than three years of practice, he was recognized as a Top Government Lawyer by the South Florida Legal Guide. Dore has been repeatedly honored through recognition by several publications including the South Florida Legal Guide, Florida Super Lawyers and Revista Abogados. In 2008 Dore was a co-recipient of the Rodney Thaxton Against All Odds Award from the Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, Miami Chapter, for his work on behalf of a defendant accused of Federal Terrorism offenses.
Some of the significant Federal criminal matters Dore has worked on include the representation of an individual accused of wire fraud in connection with an alleged scheme to defraud the European Union of an excess of 30 million Euros of taxes (acquitted), representation of an individual accused of providing material support to the Pakistani Taliban (acquitted) and the representation of various individuals accused in complex mortgage and health care fraud matters as well as complex multi-national drug conspiracies. Dore’s State court representations have included individuals charged with crimes ranging from running illegal gambling houses (acquitted) to attempted First Degree Murder of law enforcement officers (acquitted). In addition, he has handled various complicated civil matters as both plaintiff’s counsel and defense counsel in both State and Federal Court. For example, Dore represented three decedents’ estates and their family members in litigation against the Federal Aviation Administration arising from the crash of a twin engine commuter aircraft, which resulted in gross verdict of approximately $8,000.000.00.
In addition to his trial work, Dore has also handled and argued appeals in the Florida appellate courts as well as the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals. Dore is admitted to practice, and a member in good standing of the Florida Bar, the United States District Courts for the Southern and Middle Districts of Florida, United States Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals and the United States Supreme Court.