Mr. Madson is a 3rd generation Floridian and former prosecutor with the State Attorney for the 9th Judicial Circuit of Florida. For the last 32 years, his practice has focused primarily on Administrative Law including Workers’ Compensation, Insurance, and Regulatory matters during which time he has exclusively represented businesses. He represents Professional Employer Organizations (PEOs) before the Board of Employee Leasing in Florida with respect to licensing and disciplinary matters and assists PEOs with licensing and regulatory matters nationwide.
Licensed to Practice: Mr. Madson has been licensed to practice in Florida since 1989.
Mr. Madson is the Deputy General Counsel for the Florida Association of Professional Employer Organizations (FAPEO) and currently serves on the Legal Advisory Council for the National Association of Professional Employer Organization (NAPEO). In addition, he is a subject matter advisor for Professional Administrative Co-Employers (PACE). He has previously served as an advisor to the Employer Services Assurance Corporation (ESAC) and serves on the FAPEO Insurance Task Force. Mr. Madson has been published in the NAPEO Insider including “What is a PEO? Defining PEO and Temporary Staffing for NCCI”. He has co-authored “Madson on Texas Real Property Boundary Law” and Madson on Louisiana Real Property Boundary Law” as well as “A Drug Free Workplace Overview”. Mr. Madson is a nationally recognized speaker on insurance and regulatory matters with a focus on the PEO and staffing industries.
- Administrative and Regulatory law involving licensure, discipline, and other matters involving PEOs as well as Workers’ Compensation and Insurance law
- 1989, Florida
- 1990, U.S. District Court, Middle District of Florida
- University of Florida (A.A. in 1984)
- Florida International University (B.A. in International Relations in 1985)
- University of Miami (Board & Gavel Society; Juris Doctor in 1988)
- St Edmunds College, Oxford University 1987
- Torben Madson is a Master Mason and a Noble Shriner and a member of the Krewe of Salty Barkers. He currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Central Florida Wildlife Center and on the Board of Directors for the Franklin County Humane Society