Roy Black Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
Roy Black (born February 17, 1945) is an American civil and criminal defense trial attorney. He is known for his gaining an acquittal, in 1991, of William Kennedy Smith on charges of rape and for his representation of conservative radio commentator Rush Limbaugh. Other celebrities whom Black has represented include actor Kelsey Grammer, racer Hélio Castroneves, Girls Gone Wild creator Joe Francis, artist Peter Max, financier Jeffrey Epstein, and Justin Bieber. Black is also informally referred to by his nickname, "The Professor."
Miami Law Staff reported on May 2019 about Roy Black:
"Black has defended numerous clients on charges ranging from murder to securities fraud, bank fraud, health care fraud, money laundering, internet sex crimes, mail and wire fraud, and tax evasion. "
Unknown (Former Employee) says"Upper management is literally drowning the entire company. Everyone seems to be on 500 different pages when providing answers too questions. Everything is very grey, nothing will ever be black and white. Cons: upper management, compensation, lack of loyalty to committed long time employees, travel pay"
Instructor (Former Employee) says"Cosmetology Instructor Cons: Creativity"
Director of Financial Aid (Former Employee) says"would never recommend this company to any applicant. Too many personal issues with managerial employees. Nepotism at it's highest level. Owners retiring and Upper level management taken complete control."
Financial Aid (Former Employee) says"Great place to work for and it's family oriented. I have learned a lot about financial aid that I didn't even know coming into this job. The pay isn't the greatest."